First off...for anyone that provides suggestions or help - THANK YOU!! Well my story starts with the arrival of 22 Copper Black Marans eggs on July 18. I allowed them to settle and placed them in my incubator July 20. They were scheduled to hatch August 10 but due to complications (low temperature?) they didn't start hatching until the 11th. This afternoon (the 12th) I decided that the hatch had concluded and I removed the remaining eggs (non-pipped) from the incubator. I proceded to take them outside and began busting them to see how far they had developed. As it turns out one of the eggs I cracked had a live chick in it...UH OH...and to top it off I broke the membrane and blood spilled out. I ran back inside and placed him back in the incubator - it has been 6 hours and he's still alive. QUESTION: what do I need to do to make sure the chick gets out okay? The egg is completely open topped and the membrane is broken - how do I know when it's time to remove him from the shell? Also, if he makes it out alive - will he face problems in the future? Lastly, I have 5 other eggs in the incubator now - is there any chance that they'll hatch? THANKS SO MUCH for any HELP!!