This is my second time posting this, since no one answered my first. My Silver penciled Wyandotte pullet has been ill for over a week now, and though the others are still fine, she is getting worse. I don't know what is wrong, or what to do about it. She is 8 months old, as are all of my chickens, and she free ranges all day in addition to feed and table scraps. I can't remember when we first noticed it (a lot of things have been going on recently-lucky I remember my own name!) but while I was feeding the chickens I noticed that one of the SPW looked funny. Her chest was... hanging... more like dangling down in front of her and wobbled side to side as she walked. I watched her for quite a while, even tried to catch her. She seemed to feel fine. I let it go for a few days, keeping an eye on her. I looked up everything it could be, I put a post up here, and I watched her. It has gotten bigger, droopier, and more worrisome. We have captured her several times to look at her, and although the closest thing I could find to what is wrong was an impacted crop, hers is mushy instead of hard. She does eat, and until today seemed to have just as much energy as all the others. Today she looks bad. she came out to eat, then went back into the pen and just stood there. She cant run because of her huge crop, and she just doesn't seem well. I don't know what to do. I cannot afford a vet bill at this time. Right now with our lease expiring and us having to move I have to save every penny. We are lucky we could find someone who can look after the chickens for us while we try to find a place to live where we can keep them. If anyone has an idea of what it might be, please let me know. I don't want her to suffer. we couldn't get her to stand for the photo, but here she is.