Hi, I had a Black Australorp who went broody so I bought her some fertilized eggs to hatch. Yesterday two of them started to hatch. One of them was at least 60% hatched in the afternoon, but by evening had died shrink-wrapped. At the time I found the dead chick, the other chick was 90% hatched, so I plucked the rest of it's shell and drying membrane off and it was fine when I went to bed. This morning, it was under the hen dead. The third egg hadn't been hatched, so I broke it open and the fully formed chick was dead. Shouldn't she have gotten off the hatched chicks at some point to let them breathe? Why didn't she help the chick that was shrinkwrapped? My 6yo son waited 21 days and left for school crying today. I am willing to drive down the road and pay another $1 for some more eggs, but not if she will do this again. The chicks were active and peeping and fully formed. I could hatch them inside, but that defeats the original purpose of letting her go broody and letting my son watch her raise some chicks. Thanks in advance for the advice.