This chick hatched early this morning with its eye like this. I've left it alone the whole day just in case something should change, but it looks the same, just drier, darker & scabbier. It's horrible. it pulses or jiggles around when it tries to move its other eye. So far it's standing, walking, eating and drinking normal. The other chicks aren't pecking at its eye, which is good. But, its balance is iffy & it isn't using its good eye as much as it would. My husband who's a phsyician thinks i should lance the bad eye & drain the vitreous fluid so that it can lose the bad eye & learn to use its good eye. What would you do? It doesn't look like there's an eyelid around the bad eye. It's really fine in this photo. I don't know why it did this. It looks so sick! But it's fluffy, strong, and walking really. I just wanted to show the good eye and the bad eye at the same time for this photo. The sad thing about this chick is that it's a purebreed Araucana from Ann Charles at Blue Sky Egg. Out of 11 eggs, only 4 hatched. 1 died and 1 has this eye. It looks like it's a pure white Araucana too.