We incubated 10 coturnix quail eggs, and yesterday was day 17. We had 5 hatch, but one is missing a foot, and one has a leg that sticks waaaay out to the side with curled toes. One pipped, then died in the shell. Still waiting on 4 that havent done anything yet. I kept the temps right except for a temp spike around the 11th day, it went up to 101 for a few hours. Humidity has been perfect all along. These are shipped eggs. Are the deformities due to the temp spike? I know a certain amount of deformities are going to happen, so I accept that, unless it is my fault with the temps. How do you all dispatch a weak/faulty quail chick? This is my sons project, so the least traumatizing method for the chick and us will used. Thanks all.