This baby chick pipped, zipped, but then seemed to give up. I checked on him a day after zipping, and he hadn't made any progress. The membrane had become hard and the shell was drying, stuck to the chick. I was able to get it out of the shell, but it seemed to not realize that it was hatched. It kept scratching its legs against its neck until its neck was bleeding pretty badly. I washed it with warm water after hatching it to remove the dried membrane and shell fragments. Somehow, it managed to survive through the day. I put it into the brooder with the chicks that hatched around the same time, but they all went immediately to it and started violently pecking it. The chick has trouble standing for very long. It has pooped a couple times, but isn't eating or drinking anything. It seems to almost fall asleep, and then wake itself up and cry for help, repeating that process over and over. I needed it out of the incubator because I have some more chicks hatching in a couple days, so I put it in isolation inside the brooder, a piece of cardboard between it and the other chicks so they can't get to it. I wonder if there is anything I can do to get this little guy to perk up and stop crying. He's definitely not making happy peeps like the other chicks. He can hear them, but I have to keep him isolated or the others will probably peck him to death. He lost a lot of blood due to scratching himself. I was thinking I could replace the cardboard with some chicken wire so he doesn't feel so isolated. I also put a mirror in there but he seems to ignore it. Ideas? Please help!