My eggs were shipped. At 8 days, I decided not to turn them for two days because the detached membranes looked bad. I really didn't have much hopes for the eggs, but kept incubating them. This morning a little guy just came out of the shell. But the other eggs are still in lockdown! This chick hatched at 19 days, only one day in lockdown. How common is this? I have heard about low survival rates of chicks that hatch out of shipped eggs with detached membranes so I am still cautiously optimistic. But how common is it to have a chick hatch so early? Temps hovered between 93 - 97, and humidity in the 30s. The temperature of the bator when he/she hatched was 95.