Today is Day 21- Hatching 7 Delaware Blue Hens, small, creamy to white eggs (grocery store comparable medium eggs in size) Temp steady at 99.7- 100.3 Humidity has been about 40-50% for first 18 days, is now at 65% 3 pipped yesterday at 2 p.m. EDT, 1 pipped today at 8 a.m. EDT 2 of the early pippers from yesterday have zipped, struggled out partway- the membrane is dry, leathery in appearance, opaque white- they are each stuck to bottom parts of shells by their feathers, because of the membrane. 1 of the early pippers from yesterday made a tiny hole, and no further activity for last 24 hours. Today's pipper is trying, but some watered down looking blood showing in 1/4" pip opening. Membrane showing looks dry and opaque, too. Should I do a quick grab on the 2 dragging their shells, moisten membrane and get the shell off? There is no yolk showing, and they are starting to dry. Just feathers stuck to the bottom half of the shell. Very active and cheeping, but not distressed calling. Thanks, appreciate the help.