Am I dealing with pendulous crop? My one year old ameracauna hen had been doing some weird things with her neck, but the whole flock had a cold, so I treated everyone with antibiotics, but after a few days I noticed everyone else got better but she was still doing the weird thing with her head, like she was trying to swallow something big but couldn’t. On closer inspection, her crop was very droopy and it was soft and squishy to the touch. I held her upside down (my grandma had always told me if they’re having crop issues you want to get the foul stuff out) and a ton of murky, smelly brown water/fluid came out and her crop became smaller. I looked it up and I think it’s pendulous crop, but I can’t find anything on treating it other than to put them on water only for 24 hours. I brought her home and separated her, and did the water only for 24 hours and her crop looked normal. I gave her a tiny bit of food this morning, and when I came back home from the store, her crop looks droopy again I’m attaching some pictures of her below. Is it pendulous crop? If so, am I doing it right? How do you treat long term????