You might remember that last week, I lost 2 chicks in-shell because the eggs were due to hatch and the Mother Hen got off the nest to be with the 2 other chicks that had hatched two days before. I had another brood of eggs that I knew weren't all laid at the same time, but only one broody hen left. One hatched yesterday - a gorgeous chocolate brown chick, but there were still two more to hatch. (It's a mix) Last night, after dark I snuck in, put it under the other hen whose chicks were only 3 days old. This morning, I came in to find that the mother had attacked this new chick. He was flopped on his back, just pathetically peeping. I swooped in and took him out, angry at myself for thinking it would go smoothly and not checking at first light this morning. He was pretty cold, but breathing, and his feet and everything move. He just seemed plain exhausted - can't open his eyes (unless she pecked them? I can't tell). In the meantime, one of the other new ones hatched under the other mother, so after realizing that he *might* actually live, I put him under the other mother to keep him warm. Should I take him back out and keep him warm in the house under a light? Is there anything I can do for him to give him a chance to live? I don't want to euthanize him if he's just cold and tired, but I also don't want him to suffer. He seems to just want to sleep. So, do I take him out and nurse him, or let the real mother just keep him warm?