We have had a mauve orpington who is just over a year old. Something not related to the issue I'm about to present but I think it should be mentioned. She has a neurological disorder where she either can't see, or can see but doesn't know what to do with the signal. We pretty much have treated her she if she were blind and hand fed her from a baby chick to a full blown chicken. I mentioned that because she stays in a large dog cage and I have her food and water strategically in fixed spots where she 'knows where they are'. Now the issue is that about a month ago she stopped laying. She started losing massive amounts of feathers but all seemed ok because they were being followed by new'er ones. After that she seemed to have an upset stomach. The poop became white and liquidy and seemed to have visible small pieces of shredded carrots. I started noticing that she was losing her appetite and losing some weight. She would eat just the shredded carrots that I would give her before going to work only to come back and see she has not touched the feed at all, very unusual. This past week it seems she has lost some significant weight and lost interest in drinking and eating. I took her to the vet on Thursday 10/06, the Dr. said that her crop seemed a bit swollen. She took a blood sample to check if she has lead poisoning. We were prescribed Metoclopramide 8mL twice each day. By this time our chicken had been very lethargic, sleeping standing up and seemed fatigued. Strange turn of events we had to take her in again for another blood sample as the first one could not be processed for some reason. On the second visit the Dr. put a swab down her throat and looked at it under the microscope. She said the crop usually has bacteria but hers seems just a tad bit elevated. This is when the Dr. also gave us anti-biotic Tribriseen a small amount per day. Our chicken did show some interest in eating a boiled egg this morning. She responds to her favorite sound, the shredding of the carrots, and tried to peck at it, but for some reason just sits back down again and closes her eyes trying to sleep. We have been massaging her crop regularly. Please see attached pictures, she has preferred this sleeping positing recently, face shoved in her wing with neck turned. Tonight we are going to try to give her some cooked oatmeal. Based on the symptoms I just wanted an opinion what exactly is going on with her. If she keeps rejecting food like this I'm not sure how long she might last. Would like to know if there are any success stories out there.