I have two of the cutest little Cochins! They are about 10 weeks old. Picking one up this evening, I noticed that his/her crop is HUGE! It's as big as the rest of the chicken! It's the entire front end about the size of a baseball. It feels soft and wet. Like a water balloon. I know I've been checking these guys crops rather regular because it's how I gauge whether everyone is getting enough food, the lowest men On the totem pole have had their fill, everyone else must have too. It's never been this big before. I popped on here and did a subject search. I turned her/him upside down and massaged it. I didn't feel any hard lumps and soft liquid fermented feed (what I feed) spilled out along with bits of grass. I didn't want the poor thing to aspirate, so I gave her a break. Then I tried again just to get a good feel and see if I could feel anything hard or broad, like a bit of cardboard or plastic, etc. Nothing. They've been out free ranging today. It looks like I just keep him/her off feed this evening and check that it's gone down in the am before I give them any feed. If not, it might require further treatment, but for now I should just leave it be? I don't see any odd behavior for this particular chickens personality. Always been a bit standoffish, but easy to catch. I don't see anything else out of the ordinary.