Hi, I have a 4 year old silkie hen. We noticed she had been lethargic and not eating or moving much. Still standing but just staying still. She apparently wasn't eating the day we found her because her crop was small and hard. We figured she may have an impacted crop. Gave her a bit of oil and massaged the crop. This eliminated the hard feeling and we heard some digestive sounds. We gave her some easy to digest foods and water. She ate some yogurt and lots of water. She then started to regurgitate the water when she bent down to drink. At this point we noticed her crop was full and squishy and thought maybe she had sour crop, or at least couldn't pass much fluid beyond the crop. We started to drain her when we noticed this and she was in fact full of sour fluid with bits of feed and grass. We fed her yogurt, water, and some garlic and a little ground up grain. We did this for a few days and the sour smell is mostly gone, the crop isn't staying as full, and she isn't regurgitating water. Still passing watery stool and she doesn't want to eat much. It seems she just isn't digesting much food though and her crop is always full at night even if she doesn't eat much. Today we drained her and still found some of her normal grain from before this problem started, coming out. It has been 5 days since she ate that food. A vet is too expensive for us right now as our only car threw a rod and we must commute an hour everyday. She is more lively than when we discovered this issue. Could she be impacted beyond the crop? Does anyone know have an idea of what is going on with her?