I searched through a lot of posts for answers, nothing was quite perfect. I have a hen (1 yr. old New Hampshire Red) that was isolated and standing with a droopy tail all lethargic. I picked her up and turned her upside down to check her vent and a steady bit of clear fluid ran out of her beak. When I looked there were bubbles on the sides of her beak. I violated her to see if I felt an egg, nothing.... She is in a stall isolated now. I always am ready to throw antibiotics at everything, but any ideas from you experts??? Her crop feels really full. TIA!!!!