I hope it will. I had to assist a keet in getting out of it's egg because the humidity had accedentally gotten too low in the incubator and the keet was stuck to the membrane of the egg and had made absolutely no progress at all. Well I did it all very gradually and went according to some instructions i had read somewhere else. During hatching there was a little bit of yellow stuff, im thinking a small amount of yolk but not alot. It didnt alarm me because i looked in the bottom of the other eggs that had hatched successfully and they still had a little bit of it in them too.... There was a bit more in this one however and im hoping it was not the yolk and just a bit of waste from being in the egg for so long. Right now the keet is very energetic and moving around alot in the incubator. It is dry however its down is stuck to it and it gives the appearance of being wet. It also only opens one eye. Im worried about that. I think the eye that wont open was stuck to the membrane of the shell. It also has trouble holding its head up. It does look like its getting better though and stronger. Im wondering if i should go ahead and move it into the brooder with the chicks and other keets or if i should leave it in the incubator for a little while longer? Do you guys think this keet will make it? Advice would be great too since this is my first hatch of chickens and guineas.