I have a LF brahma boy just under a year old. I first thought he had hypothermia but he never perked up, he was found very cold in the morning next to the door. I force fed him the first night, been giving him Rooster Booster once a day. Starting the second day we tried a few different kinds if food. Apparently the cream of wheat is easiest to eat, although wouldn't be my first choice. He drinks a lot of water, which I like. But his crop isn't emptying and is filling with air. He's a big boy so I'm not comfortable emptying his crop, but I have been getting as much air as possible out of it. It doesn't smell rotten, just smells like whatever he's been eating. On day 2 I put duramycin in his water and he perked up a bit but still lots of air in his crop. I know sour crop can be fungal so no duramycin yesterday (day 5) and started miconasole(monistat 3) this morning. His poos started with the slimy green topped with white and are now mostly water, so I know things are going through. Also, he twists his head and neck up really tight, almost in a knot, and shoves it as far as he can under him. Sometimes his bum goes up and he flops. When I get his head more upright, he will stand and sit okay. Seems like being all twisted disorients him. He keeps his chin tucked in really tight and doesn't lift it when he drinks so some water just dribbles back out. He sleeps most of the day but seems to enjoy when I wake him up to feed and talk to him. Am I possibly on the right track, or is this something else?