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Pip to zip.

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Hello, this is my first hatch and is not going so well. My first chick pipped on the wrong side and had to be hatched. She is up and running around now in the brooder now. Anyways I have an egg that pipped Friday morning (1am) and looks like it had just started to zip last night. It's still chirping and breathing but is not zipping anymore. Is she stuck? Sorry about the image quality.
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Well first off, CONGRATULATIONS and welcome to the hatching community wink.png
About your little one... First off, you probably don't need this advice as its been two days since you've posted... I'd say to chip a small piece of the shell off, if there is blood, immediately put him/her back in the incubator... I hope it went well smile.png
One day, we will have a world where a chicken can cross the road without his motives being questioned.
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One day, we will have a world where a chicken can cross the road without his motives being questioned.
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Yes I ended up zipping for her. She has curled feet. So I be been hand feeding and drinking. Today she has been able to waddle to the waterer and feeder. I'll probably tape her feet later today
Edited by kyleigh - 4/4/16 at 7:42am
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Sounds good!
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