Hey all, another chicken issue here. I've got a boy named Flynt, who hasn't be having the best time of late. He's 4-5 months old, at my best estimation, and is an EE. I found him about a week ago sitting on his ankles and unable to move in the coop, so I brought him inside and have had him caged since. At first he was eating and drinking perfectly well and in the last day or so has been making far more successful efforts at standing and moving around. Thinking it might be botulism I've tried a few reccomended home remedies, such as mixing molasses into the water for short periods of time and it didn't really seem to do any harm. However, now he's got this nasty gurgling noise going on and his crop feels like a water balloon. There's a bit of moisture around his nostrils and every so often he coughs (very high-pitched and loud noise). His feet are warm, there is no moisture under his wings and as far as I can tell he's been pooping regularly. He IS interested in eating and drinking, but right now the only food in the cage are the bits that he knocked out of the feeder (I took the feeder itself out). He has fresh water with nothing in it. Any ideas? Should I induce vomiting, or try and just lube up his crop with some oil and massage it? I've never had to deal with this kind of thing before. It sure is *awesome* that my chickens have decided to throw me into a crash course of chicken medical care all at once. Thanks in advance for any responses!