I have a broody hen who has been doing a wonderful job incubating 5 Ameraucana eggs. Today however, I believe another hen got into where she is incubating her eggs and one of the eggs got tromped on by either broody hen or the interloper :/ I've secured the hen and remaining eggs for sure now! I would say about 20% of the shell has been cracked or fallen off, however, it looks like the membrane is intact and only a teeny tiny bit of dried blood was visible. I picked up the damaged egg and heard the chick peep! I can see the tip of it's beak sticking out just a wee bit through the membrane.......I decided it's probably safest to keep this one in the incubator the rest of the way. I put coconut oil on the exposed membrane and the humidity is at upper 70's percent. It's been moving, rocking and peeping occasionally. Is there anything else I should do? Do you think it will need help hatching? It's rocked itself up against the side of the incubator currently and not sure it that's ideal, as it's missing shell on the bottom and seems a bit stuck there(?) I'm so worried, I don't want to lose this little one so close to the end!