No, but the second one she almost at has a big gash on its back. I honestly don't know if the one she opened was ready that survived and I caught her fiercely pecking at. It still had yolk gunk in it, but it lived and is doing very well with my other. I kinda had to block part of the brooder last night because it kept walking out from under the light and peeping in distress due to getting chilled. I did dip its beak in water just in case it was thirsty.
My neighbor was suppose to take all, but one. However, she changed her mind. I'll keep two and home the rest after they all hatch(3). I was going to have the broody raise one for all her efforts. Hopefully, I can find someone to take all 3 right away straight run. My coop can't hold all of them during the winter.
She wasn't hungry, just confused with the peeping. She just is not a good mother.