Hi - I've raised a few chicks but this is the first time I've had a baby hatch in my coup. It's a strange situation. I've had a Sussex hen and a bantam sharing duties over a clutch of 4 eggs. 2 chicken eggs and 2 bantam eggs. They'd take turns every day. I got home today to find one tiny chick, one broken egg shell and only one whole chicken egg. The tiny black chick was under the black bantams wing and the Sussex had the remaining egg. After the commotion of disturbing them to see what was going on, the Sussex had both the remaining egg and the chick, and was pecking the bantam until it had to leave the box. I'm wondering what happened to the 2 other eggs/chicks, and whether this chick will survive. The rooster is black so I'm not sure if it's the bantams chick (is this even possible?) or the Sussex's. Did the rooster kill the other 2? Were they taken by crows? They live in a large topless outdoor coup with a couple of nesting boxes. Half of them sleep in the trees! Any help appreciated!!