I'm a first timer and followed all the rules and had only one chick hatch- who is cute as can be and doing great. Starting on day 22 I heard one other egg chirping so I excitedly watched it. By the end of day 23, it had become quieter and stopped rocking around. With help from the forums, I helped hatch the egg. I found the chick to basically glued into it's shell with a large air sac. It had pipped the membrane but couldn't get through the egg. I opened it up a bit, added as much humidity as possible and went to bed. (This all happened around midnight last night). There was a little blood so I stopped. I didn't really expect the chick to make it but this morning it was still breathing and trying to move. When I picked it up I realized it was drying out, even with the humidity and wet towel I had it resting on. This morning I used wet Q-tips and very slowly softened the dried areas and freed the stuck chick. No bleeding, yolk all absorbed and cord broke easily. I've wiped as much goo off the chick as I can, as it felt matted. The babe is lying on it's side, wiggling as if it wants to get up but can't. I haven't heard it chirp since this morning when I freed it from the egg. It has one deformed foot, that I may be able to help once it's stronger. Curled toes. Is there anything I can do to help this little one? It's such a fighter, I want to give it every chance! Thank you for any help you can offer. Oh- after hatching, it had a big poop. Dark green and white.