I ordered BO eggs online from the only source I could find at the time. I needed them fast because I wanted to give them to my broody hen. However, I was taking her eggs away every day and she stopped brooding before the eggs arrived. Anyway, because of the urgency, I ordered eggs from across country, the only place I could find BO eggs. I bought an incubator and I gave them all a chance, but only one developed at all, and that one is still growing at day 13. This is my first time incubating. Wasn't planning that at all, but here I am. Probably if there were several viable eggs I wouldn't be so stressed, but I have this one little baby and I want her/him to survive. I've been reading everything and anything about the incubation process, so my questions are for after hatch, because I believe this one will. (I believe! I believe! I believe!) What kinds of problems are possible for a single chick hatch? Should I go buy some brooding mates the day she successfully hatches? What supplies should I have on hand? I have a tote and heat plate (coming) that she can pop in and out of. I bought medicated starter feed, which I've always used in the past. I have nutridrench, styptic powder and even Corid. I'm asking this because it is at least a two hour round trip to any farm store, so I just want to be prepared. Also, some people oppose medicated starter, and it's all I've ever used. I would love to hear some discussion on the pros and cons of that. It is weird to me that the bag says "will prevent but not eliminate coccidiosis", or something like that. What? Then why do I use it? Thanks. I asked some of these in my September Hatch along group, but didn't get answers to these questions, probably because it is off topic, so I thought I'd just start a whole new thread.