This is our first hatch. We borrowed an old Hova Bator with the yellow egg turning tray. On day 18 i removed the turner, added water to the second P shaped tray but didnt adjust the temp from 102. Late on day 19 #1 had pipped. Early day 20 #2 had hatched. It wandered around dragging its yolk sack between its legs for a couple hours. Now it looks like it has mostly absorbed it and it is drying out, but it's still hanging down a little. #3 hatched midday. The cord was stuck inside the shell and it couldnt move. I opened the incubator and was prepared to cut the cord as long as the yolk wasnt attached but it came apart on oits own. The navel was open so i dipped it in iodine. Later in the day #1 appeared dead so i removed it. The membrane had turned crusty brown, i could no longer see the beak, there was no more chirping, no movement. When i removed #1 i noticed #4 had also pipped, but the pip was facing the ground. I considered turning it over so as not to drown but i opted to leave it. Maybe this chick knew what was best. I havent seen any progress. Tomorrow is day 21. Should i move chicks #2&3 to the brooder now? Should i continue to treat the open navel? Should i do anything with the hanging yolk that remains? What about #4? Should i turn it? Remove it if theres no progress? The incubator is pretty stinky right now. Is that normal? Sorry for all the typos. Im on my kindle and under a baby and the autocorrect isnt working.