She was the last to come out of their coop yesterday but the rest of the day, she was fine. Normal poop, normal eating, normal foraging, normal drinking. Went to bed with the rest. This morning, I found her huddled in the corner of the run by herself with blood on her back end feathers. I immediately brought her in for quarantine but noticed her crop is still very full! She will not eat but is drinking, I added electrolytes and vitamins to her water. She tried to poop twice, only white urates came out. No feces. I massaged her crop, which was hard, and it did loosen up. A little later, she pooped but it was a rubbery blood clot only! She has not tried since. She will walk, just not a lot or far. She is sleeping a lot and is very thin. She is 9 weeks old. Has clear eyes, clear nose, clear lungs. None of the other 12 in the flock have symptoms but I am watching closely. I am getting mixed answers of impacted crop to worms to coccidiosis. Does anyone have experience that can help here? Thanks!