Hi guys. I am having a bit of a chicken emergency and could really use some input. I have a three-year-old Rhode Island red who has been sick for the past week. I noticed that she did not eat when the other flock did, and finally pulled her out of the coop when I notice she was standing alone hunched over under a bush. I assume she had an impacted or sour crop due to the size of her crop and knowing that she hadn’t eaten much all week. I started treating her with apple cider vinegar water and olive oil. She is not interested in eating or drinking so I have had to feed her with a syringe. I have been massaging her crop a couple times a day and it is like a water balloon. I think I may feel pieces of straw but I’m not exactly sure. When I first brought her in, I tried to vomit her. That was traumatic for both of us and I do not wish to do that ever ever again. I started the antifungal medicine 12 hours ago and have just given her her second dose. After giving her anything with the syringe by mouth, she does the weird snake neck thing and it looks like she is trying to get something down in her throat. She constantly acts like she’s burping up or vomiting up and when I hold her upright I could hear a large amount of air come out of her beak. She doesn’t have stinky beak, but when I vomited her, it was very apparent that it was sour and gross dark green color. She has a considerable kink to the left side of her neck. I am worried that it is not allowing her to take any food or water on her own unless I stretch her neck out and tube feed her. Is this a symptom of sour crop or is it wry neck also? I did want to point out that she was given nothing but clear fluids for 24 hours and her crop has gone down about half. I syringe fed her some yogurt and olive Oil tonight but she had a hard time getting it down and immediately wanted to sleep. She has had dark green water diarrhea, so I know how important it is to keep her hydrated. How can I make my little girl feel better?