pipped 27 hrs ago wrong end need advice pls.
just peel of the outside of the shell leaving the membrane. Its probably mostly white now so the shell should separate easy.
Once you have the white membrane exposed on at least half the egg then wet you hand in warm water (100 F) then wipe the membrane away from the wing that's covering the beak area (do not get water in the beak). The wiping action will make the membrane turn transparent and it should slide away exposing the wing area. Once you have that free gently lift and the head will uncurl. If you see any blood at this point stop and let the chick rest (after 26hours there should be none). The rest is a bit iffy because it depends on what you see and how much the chick wants out. Either way dodge the tummy area picking the shell away from its back area and it should be able to do the rest.
If you are use to doing this its a 20-30 second job once you are set up. I don't have finger nails so I use a nail tool, A lamp if the house is cool, have the water ready and a pinch of flour just in case.
I have no problem assisting a hatch if its not going right. Piping the wrong end or where the chick is making the pip hole bigger with out trying to zip can result in the need to assist (given a little time first). I have never had a chick lost due to a assist but I have had a chick that mother nature didn't want to survive that I assisted then had to deal with (some don't zip because they are deformed, Its a low percentage but something you need to remember)
If the chick is still attached to what's left of the egg shell after a hour cut the cord 1/2 inch away from the chick. I prefer on ones that I know have no blood flow in the cord to nip the cord while its still damp between finger and thumb to support it then pull the egg shell away as this stretch's and seals the cord (you have to be careful that the cord on the chick side is not pulled which is why you have to hold it). If not after leaving it for a hour or two to dry cutting it works well.
Most chicks will kick the egg free themselves which may leave a tiny blood spot. If it does that's nothing to worry about.
If you plan to hatch often you will slowly build up a tool kit (first aid kit for chicks). Consider getting chick saver (powder) or learning how to make it using water and sugar. I use it with a tiny dripper, laying the chick in my hand I drip chick saver into the crease of my hand so it runs away from the chicks beak. (don't want to drown or wet the chicks body) The chick normally only needs a few drops for a energy kick to get them started. Adding chick saver to the brooder water for the first few days is also a good idea if you have any weak chicks.
congrats on your hatch.
My thanks to u gpop1 didnt have my glasses on lol...i hate seperating the chicks im at a loss with only 2 i couldnt find anyone local with peeps or id have gotten them each a few more to raise. Theyve worked so hard to start a family i wanted to reward them each with babies. What do u suggest i do ?
I would like to tell you that you could give one chick to each hen and they would play happy family's but that's not how it works. Hens can be tricked into excepting chicks and some hens will even steal other hens chicks but most will reject and possible hurt a chick that's not there's. Only close supervision will tell you how the hens will react to the chicks.