I have EE 38 weeks old who just this morning after letting them out of the roost I noticed her crop hanging down and swinging from side to side as she scratched and pecked. She is the least friendly of my crew (hence her name is Sketcher because she is so "Sketchy") so in order to examine her closer, I brought out some treats and when they all ran over I was able to catch her long enough to feel her crop before she ran off - it felt soft and squishy like a water balloon. Is this pendulous crop and if so, what should I do about it? All the other hens had flat crops this morning. I read online you turn her upside down and empty it then restrict her from eating for a day- only water with apple cider vinegar- is this true? Is it life threatening - or will it go away on it's own? A few days ago I noticed that she looked like she was choking on something- she kept raising her neck up and opening her beak like she was trying to swallow- but at that time she did not have this huge crop. thanks for help in advance.