Yesterday, I bought a companion for Jacob the house quail, (she has been lonely since the rest of her flock were killed by a mink , so we moved her inside.) I got back quite late and wasn't able to check him over properly until the morning. Anyway, this morning I noticed he was kind of retracting his neck and gulping every so often, and his crop sticks out like half a golf ball.... This is bound/impacted crop right? Anyway, before I begin treatment that I found online, I wanted to ask 'real people' so to speak. All I could find was to feed him yogurt and cooking oil, and then massage his crop...is that correct? Any help would be appreciated, as I don't really know much about it. I've only experienced it once before, and that was in an African Harlequin Quail, who was too fast to catch and treat anyway. Luckily she got better of her own accord. Ty.