On Saturday sometime- by bantam hen hatched out 5 chicks. She is a free range bird and left the other 7 eggs on the nest to chill while she took care of the 4 that made it(one got trapped in a roll of wire and died). I gathered the eggs that were left and put them in a box with shop lights for a heater and yesterday heard peeping from one of the eggs and saw movement(egg moving) from another. The peeper pipped last night, but without an incubator- the humidity wasn't right and the membrane was stuck to him/her. I peeled the membrane gently and he/she is now out of the egg, but is not walking and has a tiny bit of yolksac still unabsorbed. I put a warm damp towel in the box, but I am afraid he is not going to make it. The other egg that is still(or was last night) moving hasn't pipped..... Can I save it, or should I chalk it up to having a wild hen(not able to catch) and just dispose of the egg and chick? HELP!! I have never had chicks before(I have hens, and roosters, but they have never gone "broody" on me before.