Hi. I have just had 3 broody chickens hatch their eggs this week. All have left some eggs on the nest, I'm assuming these are no good now (not rocket science. Lol) But my last girl left her nest this morning so I went and checked it to see how many babies were actually hers and found an egg left on the pile with a teeny hole and a teeny beak sticking out moving but there were blowflies hanging around. Not a good sign to me. So I have brought egg baby inside and slowly peeled off the shell. There was a bit of blood and it still has the yolk sak attached but the membrane around its head was completely dried out. I have managed to get all the maggots off the little thing. (I hope) It makes little peeps when it's moved and it seems to be breathing fine. It only gets one eye opened though. I have never had this experience before (I raised the mama hens from day old chicks 2 years ago and this is the first lot of chickies). I currently have baby chick sitting on my lap and a warm wheat-bag (not hot) while I freak myself out with research on what the hell to do. According to what I have read on here, I shouldn't have helped it out of the shell. But I couldn't leave it in there knowing that it would have had maggots in with it. Please help. What do I do now??