I have a cayuga baby that has been pipped internally since Friday night. 5 of the others hatched yesterday, so I candled the rest, thinking they were all dead. Most of them were, except this one little baby. It was still moving it's bill inside the air sac. I went ahead and pipped the shell so it could get more air. That was yesterday about this same time. It has done nothing but peep occasionally since. It hasn't tried to get out or anything. I know I shouldn't have pipped the shell, but I figured if I didn't it would die, and if I did it might die, so I didn't think it would hurt. But now I don't know what to do? Do I help it the rest of the way or just leave it? I don't know if me 'helping' it might have dried it out or not. The membrane looked pretty dry when I did pip the shell. HELP!!!