I have another Turken pullet, about 5 months old now, who, this morning, would not get up and leave her shed with the rest of the chickens. This morning was much colder than usual, and I first thought she was just too cold to leave the building, because she was just fluffed up and shivering in a corner. But, I don't think that is really the problem. It is now past noon, and she still won't walk much or even eat anything I offer (and this girl normally eats ANYTHING) I inspected her whole body, and the only problem she seemed to have was a loss of weight due to no food consumption, and a hard crop. Could this be crop impaction? Because I have felt it before and it always feels slightly hard, but it is already bulged and she hasn't eaten anything today. What is there I can do? Edit: Okay, I've done some research, and I believe this certainly is an impaction. It feels like all the food I gave her yesterday is still sitting in there, like a giant bag. She tries to just nod off to sleep now, and won't even support herself. I'm really worried - I hear that oil helps, but I gave her some and don't know what to expect. Another form of treatment is to cut open and clean out her crop - is this really the best option?