Hi! I have an Easter egger who is about 1 year old. This morning I noticed what appears to be pendulous crop. She acts healthy and laid an egg yesterday. I felt the crop and it feels very squishy. For a long time (months) she has had these interesting sideways head movements. From what I've been reading pendulous crop doesn't really require treatment is that true? How can I differentiate it from sour crop? Edited to add these comments. She still appears to be healthy. This morning i got to her right after she made it out of the coop and it appeared that she still had the large squishy/doughy crop. She is acting mostly normally. Do you all think that I should isolate her tonight to see how her pooping is and maybe treat her empirically for sour crop? Her breath didn't really smell when i just opened her beak, however when I was massaging her crop i did get one single whiff of a not so pleasant odor. I was going to try to give some monistat today and try to avoid vomiting her since I really dont want her to aspirate and she is mostly acting fine.