Hello everyone this is my first post. I have 3 hens, and 2 of them are broody. We put fertilised eggs under them around 2.5 weeks ago. Four of the total twelve had already begun developing previously under a friends hen. Two of those four hatched yesterday. We are expecting the other two to hatch soon, and for the other eight eggs to hatch on the weekend, since they started developing at different times. This one hatched first, and it's been around 21 hours since the hatch. It stays under the broody bantam. It can't stand on its legs yet, and has its wings outstretched while laying on its belly. I'm not sure if it has eaten anything or consumed any water yet. It tries to stand, but then fails and falls back down onto its belly. The other one hatched 18 hours ago, and it can stand on its feet. It's yellow with a black patch on the back of its head. It tries to peck at things and I'm not sure if it has consumed anything at all yet. This one stays under the light sussex / white silkie cross. This is my first time raising baby chicks from birth. The three grown hens we have were acquired when they were three weeks old, and much stronger. I'm not sure how to entirely raise them, since they are looked after by their mother hen. Is there anything I need to look for? Each of the two full grown hens have their own layer pellet mixture (mixed them with water to get a paste) and water. I'm worried for the little chick above, since it should be able to walk by now, shouldn't it? I need some advice on how to raise them while they are with their mother hen. The info I've read in the learning center has mostly to do with using a brooder, so it doesn't completely relate to me. Should the chicks be eating? What should I feed them? When should they be able to stand and walk on their own?