I had to do this once with a small chick. I just massaged it out gently. I started very softly at the bottom/base of the bubble of air and just moved my finger in circular motions as I slowly moved upwards. You can actually feel the air release. Just be gentle and calm.
Thanks! Ive been googling, seems quite a few posts on it but all different answers. One says shes hungry and fill up with food, another says peptobismol and applesauce. She seems to be taking in air filling her crop then expelling it. She was fine when i fed her 5 hours ago, i didnt notice air in there.
Its really weird, i just checked on her and she was sitting with her crop full of air then she stretched her neck out, beaked her sibling and the air was released, relaxes and the crop fills again. Maybe if i feed her when theres no air it will stop it?
This is what I'm wondering. I'm thinking of us as humans.. we have our epiglottis that flops back and forth to allow air down one tube and food down the other. If air is going in the wrong place.. is it possible for food to go wrong too? I really have no clue and am just throwing things out here. If she has a puncture, it would seem to make sense that it would be near the top of her crop right?