So like a week ago I noticed my americauna hen (3 years old now?) seemed a little less active/kind of stand offish. I just made sure she got food and water and hoped for the best, I've overreacted to things like his before and I couldn't really find anything particularly wrong about her. Anyways, a couple of days ago I picked her up to check on her and brown liquid spewed out of her beak. I did some research and thought it was sour crop, so I made her vomit up more brown liquid(won't do that again, I just read some horror stories about it), sometimes with some seeds in it, and I gave her apple cider vinegar in her water and some yogurt, which she liked. She felt better I think, more active, but then when I checked on her later she seemed worse. So I did some research, and here's what confuses me: Her breath doesn't smell. Her crop is empty. At first it was kind of squishy, but now it always just feels empty, with maybe a little bit of liquid. Also, treatment for sour crop seemed pretty straight forward and effective, but she seems worse. Anyways, she's now super weak. She climbed out of the box I had her in and tried to jump on a roost the other night, but just fell to the ground and couldn't get back up. I've only seen her poop once, it was super runny and mostly white. Her fluffbutt is caked with poop, which normally I would wash off but I don't want to stress her out more. At this point she won't move around, but still seems to be thirsty and will stand up to drink. Does anyone know what is wrong with her? How can I treat it?