Hello everyone! Please can you offer me some advice on how to help my little chick....he/she hatched yesterday morning, 2 days early. He hatched out fine but had a large amount of unabsorbed yolk sac, and just lay on his side twitching for the morning (not helped by his recently hatched sibling sitting on him all the time). At lunch time he was still alive and calling lots, and his sibling was starting to peck at his yolk sac, so after much reading of this site, I popped him in a cup and then back into the incubator. He lasted the night....today I have been dribbling sugar water into his beak as he is too weak/not wanting to peck at anything and this evening he seems perkier, able to stand up in a wobbly way and open his eyes. He now has 3 more siblings that have all hatched out fine, so he is spending another night in his cup! His egg yolk has dried up so much that I was able snip it off, leaving him with just a little 'tail'. I am not sure what to do next!!! I am sure he won't do well on sugar water for long - what else can I dribble into him?? I have some goat vitamin solution....? Also he is caked in yolky bloody stuff that is hard and he is finding it difficult to move his eyelids. I have tried to sponge off his body a bit with soapy water but have only had limited success and don't want to use soap around his eyes....any ideas what I could use? The third thing...when he hatched and wriggled around and got trampled on, him and his sibling have managed to get bloody yolky gunk all around the incubator. I have been whipping the cup out every few hours in a super heated room to feed the chick and the incubator stinks. Apart from the one in the cup, there are now 3 other newly hatched, wet chicks in there and an egg with a hole in it....do I need to get them all out and give it a clean or is it best to just leave it and wait until the last egg has hatched and dried? PLEASE HELP!!!