I have 2.2 week old chick who has today developed a large protuberance from her neck, like a huge goiter. When you feel it, it's hard, not squooshy like liquid. It is at the bottom of the neck, just above the breast. This morning she was fine. She doesn't act any different; still pecking, still running around. She yells if I touch the swelling. I'm worried it's what she ate. Today to acclimate her to being outside I put her in the yard for a few minutes (supervised). In that short time, she nabbed a daddy-long-legs, and a small wasp. I can't believe how fast and accurate she was, grabbing the wasp right out of the air, it caught me quite by surpise. She also ate the tip of a grass blade. Could this be swelling from a sting as the wasp was going down? Or could it just be coincidence, and maybe she ate some bedding (wood shavings) and her crop is blocked up? Something else I've noticed: when she was smaller, she right away starting drinking, cupping some water then raising her head and tilting it back to swallow. But now her beak is longer, and she just pecks at the water like everything else. I have not seen her tilt her head back like before. Can a chick forget how to drink? What do I do? I don't want to lose this chick. Any advice would be really be appreciated, I don't know what to do.