It seems like many people are suffering with impacted crop. We had to do surgery on our hen two weeks ago for it. We removed quite a bit of stuff and saved her. She is still not eating well though and is really skinny. For those of you that might be facing this, I will tell you what we did for her medication wise below, but does anyone know the proper dosage of reglan for a chicken??? Thank you! I tried olive oil and apple cider vinegar with the mother and massage for a couple of days. This didn't work. We did surgery. and gave her an anti-fungal ( Nystatin oral suspension, 1.5 ml, twice a day) and anti-biotic (we used a human one, which may or may not have been good, keflex, but my grandpa who did the surgery is a human vet.) She seemed to eat the hand-fed baby bird food called kaybee which you mix with water and feed with a dropper. also ate mash of cooked egg yolk, sifted lay mash to get out the big chunks, some unflavored yogurt, olive oil, and some fine sand. I gave her droppers full of olive oil and massaged after it wasn't painful for her. I also gave her a visitor after a week because she was lonely. I hope this helps and you have good luck.