thanks for this i completely forgot about this thread!! she ended up making it! we kept her in the house for so long to monitor her she became a house chicken lol!! she now lives with a friend and is the only chicken in the houseThat probably means she didn't absorb the whole yolk. We definitely need pictures- if she hasn't absorbed it properly, that's very likely going to kill her, not least because it often indicates an internal malformation.
Also, a scissor-beak chick, pipped at the wrong end, with an unknown internal issue of some form? If she makes it, don't breed her.