Hey folks, So I recently treated my 25 week old pullets for a bizarre case of coccidiosis...diagnosed on Thursday by an avian vet (I saw no symptoms other than bloody stools). They are up and moving, and appear to be fine. However, one of my Ameraucanas has an enormous crop! I could see it from the profile when she ran - it looked huge! At least the size of a tennis ball, maybe bigger. I caught her and felt it, and it's quite soft. I know an impacted crop happens when they're very hard, right? Anyway, I'm just wondering if that's what it looks like before she starts digesting. They always have grit available to them, and sometimes I even sprinkle it in the feed (which I did tonight). She is free-ranging in the yard now, but I'm concerned because of the week we just had with the cocci scare. Please let me know if I need to worry or if this is normal!! Thank you!!