I've got a 4 year old hen that's pretty ill. Swollen, watery crop. A hard mass between her legs. Keel bone sticking out. Lethargic. Not eating much, but still eating. I'm not sure if she's just egg bound, or if indeed she's egg bound and has a sour crop. Unfortunately, I didn't pick up on this sooner, but today I started isolating her and cutting out food. She's had a lot of runny poo for over a week, and today it kept coming. She did seem more active at times. I gave her some olive oil, and tomorrow I may start her on some yogurt. We regularly supplement with grit, oyster shell, and probiotics, so I'm not entirely sure if her crop is truly sour or it's in bad shape because of internal laying. She has a history of ailments. I've preformed two bumblefoot surgeries and gotten through internal laying with epsom salt baths. She hasn't laid a solid egg in over a year, but until now has been in relatively good health. Sadly, I'm considering culling her. She is old and obviously prone to illness. I'm going to try to get her through this with epsom salt baths and olive oil and yogurt and baking soda water, but this is the worse she's been. I at least want her to be comfortable from here on out. I don't think I'm going to try vomiting her--from what I've read induced vomiting doesn't seem very reliable. But if someone convincingly argues otherwise, I'm all ears. Anyway, any advice would be helpful. How do these symptoms sound to y'all? I'm curious if sometimes the swollen crop is a symptom/by-product of being egg bound. Maybe that'll steer me in the right direction for treatment. Thanks.