I have a 3 year old RIR hen who has always been super healthy! About a week ago she began acting sluggish, had green diarreah, she started moving her neck all weirdly, and her comb began turning blue-ish. About three days ago I gave her some antibiotics in her water. After reading more about sour crop, I figured that MUST be the case, and I vomited her, (I was very careful to make sure that she didn't aspirate!) and lots of grass/green slime came out. We quit on the antibiotics, and started on ACV and probiotics. We syringe fed her ACV water, and then she began drinking on her own! We felt so hopeful! The next day, it looked as though we hadn't cleared her crop completely, so we vomited her again and more grass came out! We love our hen so much, so we figured (after much research) that oil could help her clear the grass. She'd been looking a bit better, but the next day, (today) she vomited even MORE grass mostly on her own and some yellow-y mucus, (after we'd given her some plain Greek yogurt and probiotics.) In addition, I've given her about a teaspoon total of anti-yeast cream that I've read on a BYC forum works miracles. I really don't want to go to the vet unless that is the only option, and I REALLY don't want her to die! I'm worried that I haven't gotten all of the grass out, but she's lost so much weight I'm also worried that she's not getting any food and water! The only reason I haven't gone to the vet is the fact that she walks around and looks a bit more alert then before. Am I doing anything wrong? Should I quit vomiting her? I've been giving her crop massages to try to work the blockage out, but is that inflicting any damage? Any advice is good advice, as I don't want her to die! Thank you!