I have a peeping chick that has decided to make it's way into the world backwards and has pipped on the bottom of the shell. My natural instinct was to slowly turn the egg so the pip is now at the top to lessen the chance of drowning. The pip is on the side of the egg toward the fat end where the air cell is and the membrane is right there, directly flush with the egg. I was under the impression the chick would pip first into the air cell, then thru the shell. It doesn't seem that it pipped into the air sac but rather directly thru the side of the egg and membrane. I've been very excited but now feel rather defeated after searching BYC and Google for "chicken pipped on bottom of egg." It seems most people who've experienced this liken it to a breech birth and most eggs don't survive. Is there anything I can do to up the chances of this chick hatching and surviving? Any tips appreciated.