I have a young EE who just started laying 10/29/15. The past few days I have found her in the nesting bin laying on eggs. Day before yesterday it was a couple eggs, yesterday it was 5 eggs under her (hers and several other pullets), this morning I go out and she's laying on Ghost's egg. Call me mean, but I "kicked her out" of the nesting bin and collected the eggs. I don't want her to be broody, I don't want her to stop laying after she just started, and right now, especially with winter approaching, I don't want eggs hatched.
Anything I can do to get her to quit or is this just something I have to deal with? I tried to buy chicks that don't tend to be broody. These girls were suppose to be Ameraucanas, but ended up being EE. Everything I have read says they don't tend to be broody. Am I "wrong" for kicking her out of the nesting bin? I just don't know what else to do aside from removing her from the bin and egg.
Also, is it broodiness or her just being young? I didn't take the time to feel whether or not she had an egg near her vent, but she wasn't doing her "egg laying" position or anything like that when I pulled her out. She was literally just laying there. She usually doesn't lay until late afternoon or early evening.