I miscounted and was away in Texas visiting my son who's deploying in 2 weeks when they were due to hatch. On the 19th day, a buff orphington hatched, perfect according to my daughter who was here taking care of the critters (although her husband said it was "sweating" so he took it out and put it in the brooder. I explained about being wet from hatching and don't do that with others please! Anyhow, 3 days ago my daughter calls and says that one frizzle had pipped. great! Well, nothing more, she said it was rolling all over the bator, I told her to leave it and let it do it's thing. I got home at midnight tonight from texas and still just a pip, but noticed amazingly it was still allive, but very dried out. I finished removing the shell, wetting the membrane until the little guy was free. He's still in the bator, very active, but doesn't have his legs under him yet. I'm going to keep watch on him until he's dry to move him. Meantime, NONE of my others have pipped and today's day 24 When is it time to remove them?? Is there a chance they still may hatch? When I candled them at day 18 they were all viable and moving, I don't know what happened, but am disapointed, and mad at myself for miscalculating the days of the hatch so I was gone!