I've posted about my hatch on another topic, in basic terms I put 15 eggs in. 13 eggs were infertile The two fertile eggs have continued to develop. On day 21 I found that they had both pipped but no further progress was made. I kept humidity as high as I could whilst I was awake. On day 22 (today), one of the chicks had successfully hatched and was all fluffed up. The other one had not. Oddly it had pipped again on the opposite side, so must have moved round inside. This pip was larger and I could see the white membrane had shrunk inside and dried out. I decided to assist a little. On removing part of the shell I found the white had effectively shrunk wrapped onto the chick. The chick did start to perk up a bit so I left it longer. During the day I have assisted at various stages. The chick is now out but doesn't look well. It is lying on its side and moves its legs every so often. It chirps loudly and is breathing but that is it. We didn't have any bleeding, I used water to help soften the membrane. So how long do I leave the chick in this state? Is there anything more I can do? Should I be considering dispatching it at this point? I don't want it to suffer. I have also considered the other chick growing up on its own. I have found a local place that hatches every Wednesday and I can pick up so day old chicks tomorrow to give it company.