At least I’m pretty sure that’s what it is. Last night she didn’t want anything to do with her bedtime treats, which is very unusual, and was hesitant to go into her coop. Then, after work today, she didn’t come to greet me with Gloria, and I tried to tempt her with a cuddle in the hammock, but she still wouldn’t come out of the bushes. She was just crouched in there with her tail drooping. I was finally able to lure her out and examine her, and discovered her chest to be very soft and swollen. After doing some research, sour crop sounded like the most logical answer, probably from eating long stringy grass that got impacted into her crop. Jonah helped me dribble olive oil into her beak, and then I massaged her crop for quite awhile, trying to use upward motions, which she actually really seemed to enjoy, and occasionally I would tip her downwards at about 60 degrees to try to get her to spit out some of the sour acid. I was scared to keep her upside down for more than a couple of seconds, though, as I hear they can’t breathe while they are in this position. Eventually she did spit out some very smelly acid, and we also put a squirt of olive oil in her water, which she drank a little of, and then she pooped what looked like some runny acidy poop as well. I’ve read that we need to do this 3 times a day for a few days to clear it up, and that maybe some pro-biotic yogurt will also help with possible infections. Any other ideas out there? I really want my sweet girl to get well soon! She looks so sad and pathetic with her droopy comb and tail.