My broody goose is on day 26 with her 3 eggs. This morning she was clamoring to be let out of her cage and crushed one of the eggs. And a dear LIVE gosling can be seen, still curled up, BREATHING and peeping! Just a bit of the shell is missing, right over the beak & part of the neck. The rest is still being held together with the membrane. Some of the exposed membrane was opaque. There was just a bit of blood on the membrane on one part. What can I do??? Right now I have it wrapped in a damp washcloth, at the bottom of a plastic cooler, with a heat lamp on it. I've got a call in to a friend with an incubator, who has hatched many goose eggs before. Until then, or in case this person does not respond, what is the best thing I can do for this gosling?