I have two Barred Rock hens. Harriet has stopped laying and stopped eating, though she will drink water. She's lethargic and has had a couple of light green and white poops. She's lost a bunch of weight and is losing feathers like crazy. I think she's been this way for about four days. At least I think that's about when I saw the light green poop, and there started to be feathers in the coop. I looked through the threads here and decided that she probably had some kind of crop problem. When I felt it, her crop felt like a water balloon. So, guided by the advice I had read here, I gave her olive oil and massaged her crop. She did some burping, and I thought it smelled bad. I came back in and read everything I could find on this forum about sour crop. Then went back out with more olive oil about an hour later. This time I was massaging down (instead of just general ineffectual massaging, which she seemed to like just fine, but didn't do anything). With no warning, clear liquid with mushy grass fragments just kind of flowed out of her mouth. I repositioned her so it wouldn't land on my jeans anymore, and eventually got quite a lot of liquid out of her crop by massaging down. It wasn't smelly, though. We were outside, but from the descriptions I have read here, I would have expected it to be bad enough that I would smell it anyway. I've got her isolated in the duck house - no ducks yet - with wood shavings, water, some bread soaked in olive oil, and some grit. My husband put a small sawhorse in there in case she wants to roost. I'm going out to check on her again now. But I'm wondering if I'm on the right track, or if I'm overlooking something else that might be a problem. I'd be so grateful for any advice you could give me. I'm actually a bit daft over Harriet, and Lucy is complaining loudly that one hen does not make a flock.