This is the first breeding season for our girls and our first time incubating Turkey Eggs. We've done a few chicken eggs before and those were very easy, compared to what we've been dealing with the last few days. So far, we have 4 baby turkey's. One hatched by itself, the other 3 all didn't have the strength left to make it out on their own. We waited of course at first (24 hrs) and then I read that if they don't make any more progress, it's fine to help them along. Needless to say, the 2 we helped were not chipper, nor were they able to stand/walk like the first one did. After a cpl days and frequent checking on the babies, assisting with eating/drinking and taping legs to strengthen them, two were totally fine and kept making great progress (noticeable improvement every few hours). The 3rd one however, kept laying on its side, unable to lift his head AT ALL for the first two days. I used Baby Rice Cereal and basically force fed/watered him every few hours and finally today, he started coming around. Now to get to my question: We have 3 more eggs due to hatch. One of them is already 4 days overdue and I don't hear a lot of pipping. The other 2 are 3 days overdue. I only know from chicken eggs that normally 3 extra days are given to see if any more hatch. I checked these turkey eggs and the 3 are alive and moving inside, just not pipping much (or at all in one case) and certainly aren't close to coming out. What would you guys do if it's that far overdue and not even the first crack has been made by the turkey baby? I personally think it's always best to let nature take it's course, but, my husband thinks we should at least try to help them out and then do what we did with the one that couldn't even stand/hold its head for 2 days. We would not be using any of these for breeding obviously as I feel only the the ones that were strong enough to make it out on their own and didn't need much or any assistance afterwards would be suitable. We'd just hate to have it die within the egg when there is a way to get it out and have it be doing just fine with some help afterwards. Any suggestions/comments would be greatly appreciated!