One of my newly hatched chicks hatched with 2 pea-sized fleshy balls at the 'belly button'. I went to check on them because the last chick hatched and this one chick looked like it had a pool of blood/yolk underneith it, so I pulled the chick out and it was a long peice of ?? intestines??!! Yolk sac?? so I put it on some gauze sponges and when I picked it up for a pic it had changed shape.. shorter and more wide like the pressure made it hold together a little(??) Maybe the wire bottom of the bator irritated it and thats why it prolapsed?? (I'm just guessing on what it is!) Its supposed to be an olive egger. BCM roo X EE or Quechua(I guess they have both?) Hatched maybe 2 hours before the pics. It is very active and not showing any other worrysome signs, yet! Other than the sac he acts just like the rest of the chicks! I wet the gauze sponges, so they wouldnt stick to it, and put them and the little guy in a coffee cup to limit his activity and maybe it will re-absorb? I know his chances arent that great, but I'm not going to cull him yet! What is this?? and what can I do to help the poor little chickie?!!