I had a Bantam Coachin hen hatch chicks on July 3rd. I generally do not bother the hens once they set to candle the eggs (unless they get up & explore for a min when I move the nest to the brooder area - she didn't so I didn't check the eggs) Then hen returned to the nest quite a bit with her 12 babies in tow. - On July 6th (3 days later) I removed the unhatched eggs & noticed that one tiny egg was pipped - I have no clue how long it was like that, I assumed it was long dead but chipped a tiny bit with a fingernail & saw the beak moving. I rushed it to the house & set up a brooder. 14 hours later it had not done anything more - so I helped it hatch by gently picking at the shell over a couple hours. Out hatched a baby Amherst Pheasant. It is now July 9th - the baby is weak & shows no interest in eating. I have been giving it humming bird mix nectar thinned down so it's not so strong & just plain water with a insulin syringe that has the end clipped off. (put a drop on my finger right next to it's beak-not forced) I have also tried cooked egg & raw egg yolk. (egg yolk seems to interest it a little) Is there anything more I can do? The baby is a "fighter" or it wouldn't be here today - 3 days after a stressful hatch. Note to self - Candle the eggs earlier...ya just NEVER know!