Hello! I am on day 21 of my first hatch. I had eggs shipped (Icelandic) and had 4 duds and 3 eary deaths, leaving me with 7 eggs. I candles them all before lockdown and they were looking good. Yesterday, there was some peeping from the eggs. At 3 this morning, tree weren't any pips and at 730, there was a chick running about. Well, now it's 230 ad the little chick is still alone, no other pips even. It also looks crusty on it's back. at first I thought it just wasn't dry, but now it's really looking more dirty than damp. Its belly is fluffy. I've read that chicks can get yolk on themselves and if so, it needs to be cleaned off. If that's the case, do I open up and remove the chick to wash it off or do I wait? As this little guy runs all over the incubator, it's rolling some of the other eggs. Should I be righting them (which I could do with a pencil through a vent hole) or do I leave them? The humidity in the incubator is 75% and I could get the humidity in the room up to about 65% in a few minutes' time, if I needed to open up to get the on chick out (to reduce shrink-wrapping, although like I said, no one has pipped). At what point do I give up on the other eggs? Thanks for any advice!