I had been keeping an eye on my year and a half old Easter Egger, Margaret for a few weeks, since she didn't seem to be as active. I checked for things like fly strike and egg yolk peritonitis, but didn't think about crop problems until today. I picked her up and noticed her muff stank and was soaking. To examine it, I ended up having to turn her belly-up to see if her underside was wet too, and nasty yellowish liquid poured out of her beak. I immediately realized she must be having crop problems. Probably, in this case, this would be sour crop, right? I have never dealt with this before and have heard lots of advice, some of it contradictory, particularly that about olive oil. Also, we can give her medication, but we cannot get to an avian vet. She has been losing a bit of weight, but not to the point where I was really worried. I just noticed today that she isn't attracted to food at all, not even table scraps. She is only a bit less active, she is hard to catch and harder to examine. I am hoping this means she is fine and I have plenty of time to try and treat this, right? Thanks, Earlybird.