I have an EE pullet who is 17 weeks. This morning I noticed that she was breathing very loudly, almost like a wheezing. Her mouth isn't open, so the wheezing must be coming from her nose. Every so often she will make a squeeking noise. I have heard this noise before from both her and one of our other pullets. They seem to do it in the morning when I put the feed out and they seem to stuff as much food into their crops as possible. It is almost like a little sneeze from getting too much air in along with the feed. I wonder if she has something stuck in her throat and she can't get it out. I do feel a bump on her neck, but it is far down-just above the crop. I think she may have something stuck in there! What can I do to get things moving? Could I squeeze some olive oil or something down her throat without harming her? I have to admit that the bump on her neck could just be bone, but it feels weird. Is there something else that could be causing her to wheeeze and squeek? She is not displaying any other symptoms that lead me to believe that she is sick. I just think that she is having an air-flow problem.