Would a drop in Humidity cause this? I didn't know the chick had pipped the egg I guess the others had rolled it around. I decided to check on one chick that wasn't making and process and that's when I found the one egg stuck to the rubber mat. It was sticky like it had syrup on it. I've never had it happen before. All the other chicks popped out fine except the last two. The other one was sticky too and the other egg where it had pipped the hole was covered in this stuff. I finished opening the egg and it was perfect looking and looked to be a blue color. Here is a picture of the egg can anyone tell me for sure if it was a drop in humidity? I haven't opened the bator since Friday. I wish I had checked on it earlier but didn't. I keep the water level full and hygrometers read 72% I have one more egg and I candled it but it doesn't show any chick in the air sack so it might have already died. Will check again tomorrow.