My 2.5 year old Barred Rock, Madame Curie is having trouble digesting/emptying her crop: 1.14.17 She started doing this neck movement/ crop adjustment all day- brought her in to massage her crop, gave her water with apple cider vinegar should she have a blockage, thought the water might help it through 1.15.17 monitored her as in the morning after 12+ hours no food/no water her crop did not fully empty over night. It was the size of a golf ball or a plum and was the consistency of a water balloon. Fed her yogurt, massaged her crop off and on all day, she stopped doing the neck movement/ crop adjustment 1.16.17 woke up early to check her crop and it still has not emptied and same size as yesterday, golf ball or a plum. Took her inside for another massage and was able to feel the crop expand and contract which caused her to gag and look like she would vomit, she did not vomit. While I was doing this there was also a lot of gurgling coming from her crop. After an hour of massage I fed her yogurt with additional probiotics sprinkled on it and put probiotics in her water, which she drank a little of. She finished up all of the plain yogurt and I gave her another massage to her crop so that the probiotics were well mixed in there should it be sour crop. She is eating, drinking normally She is pooping normally (consistency, amount and on a normal basis timewise) She is acting, running, roosting normally Eyes, face, nostrils are all clear and normal Her breathing is normal There is no sour or bad smell or liquids coming out of her beak The only sign I had that something was off was when she was adjusting her crop on Saturday during the day every 3-4 minutes. Which is when I realized her crop was not emptying. She is no longer adjusting her crop. Please let me know what you think is the problem so I can better treat it. This is my first crop issue I have experienced and there is a lot of information out there and I want to heal her not harm her. I do not want to induce vomiting as I am not confident to do that correctly without causing further harm, and I am not comfortable sticking a syringe down her throat for fear of not doing it correctly. Any solutions to what can make her better would be greatly appreciated as she is a very dear pet and wouldn't want anything to happen to her. I currently have her by herself in the coop sectioned off with access to water with diluted probiotics in it. PLEASE HELP!