Hello there, I have read tons of these 'my chicken has a swollen crop!' posts over the years, and now when I finally have a chicken with a swollen crop I can't seem to figure out what to do! So please help if you have a second. I just noticed this morning that one of my older egg-laying sex links (about 2?) has a crop so swollen (at least I am guessing it is her crop) that the swelling covers her entire front right quadrant. (She is swollen from right under her beak, over her chest, and around to her right wing.) Has anyone ever successfully dealt with a crop area that was that swollen? It is SO swollen that I am scared to even try to catch her or touch her. (She is just standing in the pasture- not moving with her eyes slowly closing and opening. She does move away if I get to close though). It sort of looks like her crop has exploded under the skin and there is some sort of fluid filling in everywhere (even over to the shoulder of her wing)... So, any ideas what is going on? I am guessing it is just an extreme crop issue but perhaps something else? I have never personally dealt with a crop issue, so I am also not sure of when the situation is too much for human intervention and whether or not it would be best to put her down. Any tips are greatly appreciated. And sorry for yet another swollen crop post- I have just never seen anything this extreme and am worried about even attempting to do anything such as message.