Hi I am new to chickens and in need of help! My problems began after a round of worming treatment. It has been over 6 months since I wormed the girls. I began with the Wazine in their water and followed up with the Safeguard goat wormer. After the second day of the wormer my buff orphinton started to withdraw and behave a little odd. I have 3 girls and she is the only one having issues. She is laying down all the time, she will not eat and is taking in very little water on her own. Day 1: Gave Wazine in water and locked them in the run so it was only water source Day 2: weighed each girl on postal scale approximately 4# and 11oz Buff Orphington, (x2) and 4#9oz Speckled Sussex Gave 1ml of safegaurd goat wormer per bird. missed a day of wormer -worked late (poops were a little runny but I expected that ) Day 3 Gave second dose of wormer 1 ml each Day 4 started to notice less activity in my one Buff (Star) She is keeping to herself and lying down. Held off on more wormer. Day 5 definite change in Star. She wont come when called and has no interest in food. She will drink on her own. Crop is full but soft. Poop is bright green. She is listless and isolates self from flock, she seems lost. I started electrolytes in water. gave some by syringe but she will still drink on her own.I offered yogurt but she wont eat. I massage her crop and check it at bed time. It is still soft but feels full ( not tight like, overfull. just full) Poop is spinach green (dark) with yellow and runny. Day 6 Star has not ate in 2 days crop is still full and soft in the morning. I massage several times and give water and electrolytes. after several attempts and a lot of patience on her part I was able to drain some of her crop.I have never done this before, it was a little intimidating. She was able to give me about a tablespoon to a tablespoon and a half of liquid. It was foul smelling and was dark grey. Even after I purged her it still feels like it has stuff in it. It feels like sand in a balloon. The only way to get her to purge is give water from the syringe first. She is very dehydrated. She perked up a little and her crop went down some. I found the link on crop issues. (amazing article btw!) the description of a doughy crop seems to fit best. It will go down for a while but build back up. It stays soft and pliable. No foreign object like grass or anything came up with the fluid. She is definitely not egg bound. This is all digestive issues.My other two are doing fine, poops are great, eating, happy as clams! I am not sure what the next step is. I do not want to induce diarrhea with laxative because she is so severely dehydrated. Is she impacted with worms lower in the tract and cant drain? Does she have a yeast infection in her crop preventing her from digestion? I keep giving electrolytes by syringe Her poop is now clear with just a hint of yellow, its all water. How often do I give her the syringed water and how much? Do I fill with water and purge her again to 'wash" out her crop? Do I treat with more wormer, epsom, or the doughy recipe? I feel like I'm stressing her out each time I water her with the syringe but she is not taking in enough on her own. I tried a little nutridrench for some nutrition but still no food. How do I get on top of the dehydration so she can regulate herself? My poor baby is slipping away. Please help!