Ok so after many failed attempts at hatching I got one that has piped a huge hole. It looked a bit shrink wrapped though so I made sure I could see its beak and nose and added 2 drops of water. I have a question though. I am afraid that it will not be able to zip the rest of the shell as its beak is already out for the most part. Will the baby tuck back in and finish the job or will I have to help it? Also I listened to the other eggs that were supposed to come today and nothing. I did a quick candle on them before lockdown and there was no movement and one was kinda sloshy, but trying to remain optomistic I left them. Well I am glad I took them out today, all 3 chicks were dead 2 of the eggs had fully formed chicks in them a white and a black (mystery eggs I dont know who laid them only who dad is) and the sloshy one leaked like a pussy pink fluid. I am thinking an infection? What do you think. And if it was an infection will it affect my chick that is hatching right now? There was no leakage of the slosy egg or the dead chicks, but can something be in the air and if so how would I protect my hatching chick that is in the very same incubator. I am so stressed about this ONE chick. I would be happy if I could get at least ONE, LIVE, HEALTHY baby this year.