One of my two hatched chicks came out with the normal fuzz/feathers on its head and from the top of the chest on down to the rest of its body. So the area from just under its eyes to the top of its chest (basically the entire neck area and 1/2 of its head) was skin only, or bald looking. We looked online but could not find an answer. Does anyone have experience with this? My guess is that it got torn off inside the egg, however, there was no sigh of this being so inside the egg shell left behind. I might add, this was my first batch in the Octagon 20 and I was not happy with the unit. We did not get the motorized turner and it was not advised that we get a humidity reader. So, I was constantly having to open the unit to hand turn the eggs, then the temperature adjustment would go out of wack EVERY TIME the lid was removed, leaving me to sit and make small adjustments till it got back to 99.6. One time it went up to 101 which was not fun to see. So, hatching 2 out of 20 is a lot worse then I was doing with the Brinsea MINI, where I consistently was hatching 3-4 out of 7. Any thoughts on the Octagon 20 in addition to help on the bald new chick?