This morning when I let the birds out of their run into the yard, the secondary rooster wasn't acting right. He's letting out a horribly weak sounding whine with every exhale. He's following the others but isn't very into digging and scratching, he's just making that sound on exhale and closing his eyes. The only thing different this morning was I threw a stale bagel in the run when I let them from the coop into the run before going back to sleep for a couple hours (I work nights). I'm wondering if a sharp bagel piece might have cut/scratched his throat or is stuck? Unfortunately, I was exhausted this morning and didn't watch them with the bagel. He did exit the coop and go into the run with the others, so I didn't notice anything immediately wrong at that time. I took a video but I don't know how to upload it. I've fed him olive oil/water soaked into small pieces of bread, a few bits of his regular feed softened with water and the primary rooster brought him a raisin which he gobbled up and then continued the whine/wheeze. I've given him a few drops of water as well. His crop feels empty. He did eat normally last night. This is horrible to watch. My first chicken emergency and I hate how they can't tell you what's wrong! Please any advice from you fellow chicken loves???