marans chick hatched but had "goo" on it that dried the feathers hard instead of fluffy AND the chick doesn't appear to have much for feathers on it's back or neck. Washed said chick in warm water to get the goo off. Sure enough ... doesn't have much feathers on the back or neck. Now at day 1 or 2, it also has on the side of it's neck but kind of just in front of the wing a "bubble" under the skin. seems quite moveable, not a solid mass. Maybe like a blister. Should I put a little hole in it to release the pressure and then let it heal? Should I leave it alone? I know it seems weird, but it's almost like this chick was "scalded" in the egg and it burned the feathers down to the skin. Does this make sense? Any suggestions? These were shipped eggs across the country. 12 shipped ... 10 hatched ... Of the two that didn't hatch, one was shrink wrapped and one wasn't developed at all and was just scrambled egg.