Back in August my mother and I got seven chickens. 1 full blood Americuna, 1 Americuna mixed with another large breed that we do not know, 1 Red Laced Wyandote, 3 Cucu Meran chicks, and 1 splash Meran chick. Since then, we lost our splash meran to Cocci, and our Cucu Meran rooster to worms. We have been taking good care of our chickens, giving them lost of treats and vitamins, trying our best not to lose anymore, as they are pets and we love them dearly. Recently, we have noticed that our Wyandote was acting rather strange. She was off balance and falling over while trying to eat, drink, or even jump into the nesting box. She was the first of all our chickens to start laying eggs and would lay one every other day. She was a productive little layer. Well we brought her into the house to separate her from the other chickens in case she had something really bad. We did not want to rest of the flock to get it as well. Since then, she has stopped walking, using her wings, clucking and even eating and drinking. We have to tube feed her and give her water that way as well, giving her lots of vitamins, wormer, and even had to treat her for bird louse. Here are all of her symptoms, so far: -Lethargy -Lack of appetite- -Wont drink on her own, unless otherwise promted -Peralisys in legs and wings -Gasping, as if in respiratory distress or from gape worm -Very watery poo mixed with a lot blood We are at a loss as to what more we can do. We have been trying everything that we can think of, and afford, to try and save her life. We are realistic to think that she may be too far gone for us to save, but another one of our chickens, one of our last remaining merans chicks, is also starting to show the same signs, along with signs of an impacted crop. We have been giving her olive oil to help clear it, but it still seems like she is having trouble with it. We grind her food to make it smaller and easier to eat and give her lots of water and the crop will empty and she will poop, but it seems that every time she eats she has the same problem, even drooling out some of the water she drinks because she just can't seem to swallow it. I realize that I am a very new member and this is a lot of information to take in, but my mom and I are at a loss. We are trying to save our little flock from what could be a deadly situation, even trying to build a new coop, as the one they are in was not cared for beforwe moved in. So if anyone has any advice, it would be much appreciated! Thank you!