Dry membrane? Be patient or assist?

shandy

Chirping
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This little one has looked about like this for about 3 hours. I see breathing and movement but not a beak. I’m worried about the length of time and the appearance of the membrane. We are at Day 20 with one other chick hatched. Humidity is between 65-70. Do I continue to watch and wait? This is so nerve wracking!
 

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morganalefae

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unless the membrane is sticking to them to the point they can't move period I would just wait it out unless the membrane is so dry they can't move then you'll have to help.
 

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