Yes it is Friday night therefore a bird emergency. Never a Monday morning. .. My black turken appears to have a ruptured crop. I read the previous thread, many thanks for posting. And I am prepared for surgery. I have her wrapped up in a towel and have cleaned out the crop. It appears to have ruptured a few days ago, 2 maggots found which may have helped with infection. The edges are dries and the muscle that is showing on her right breast is showing and also somewhat dried. I have the material out to suture it all up, but I am afraid if it is more than 12 hours old, I may be suturing in more bacteria. I have some apple cider vinegar. I also have some povidine. Afraid to use the povidine as some might get into her gut, and might be toxic. Should I cut the dried, shriveled skin off so that I have some healthy viable tissue to mend back together? I noticed something odd this morning with her, neck this morning but opted to wait until tonight to evaluate--they are so much calmer at night. She is acting well, aside from the ruptured area.