so i have a 9 month old black australorp. she is currently showing signs of a sour crop. ive done research to diagnose her but im no vet and this is my first flock of hens. i cried like a baby this morning when i noticed my hen "Nugget" (i kno our nephew named him, if was formerly peanut cuz she was the smallest out if the bunch) was very lethargic and actually regurgitated when she jumped down from the coop. i know this is normal if you put pressure on the crop after they drank but its usually clear. this is not clear and smells awful. finding that its potentially an impacted and sour crop im a standstill as to what to do. Some sites say don't feed or give water, others encourage more water and feed with assistance in clearing the crop daily until the crop is clear. What i have done so far. Took her inside, bathed her, given her acv water and small portions of moistened food. i emptied her crop once, it was a lot of pretty stinky cloudy water. massaged her crop. held her in my lap to warm up with blanket, given her 1 1/2ml of olive oil and made a solution to.kill the fungus and fed her 2ml of that. baking soda, ginger, cinnamon, water and lemon juice. Im concerned im doing too much or not doing something right... im researching online because i cant find a vet who will treat her in our area either so id love some input!