So far, just the two. But I say that only because I can't find my night vision-long distance-X-ray glasses. Even if she only hatched two, that would be okay. Enough to have a small brood and entertainment for us. I love having broodys. Entertaining, educational, and she does all the work!
Dheltzel has very nice stock. I wasn't allowed to have a Roo where I lived before either, but I was able to find one a home before it became a problem. I'd say go for it. They are very unique birds, worth the chance.
The Blue egg laying sex links are great chickens too, excellent layers and very hardy. My broody now is one of the sex links, but I think Dheltzel said mine is the first he has seen do that. I guess she feels safe and cozy here.
I hope the hatching keeps going well for you! I'm surprised your broody is the sex link, but she must have decided she found a great place to raise chicks! :)
I had a heck of a time finding a home for my OE roo last year, which surprised me since he was quite handsome (imho ;) ). I found a home for my Lav Orp roo a little faster, but it wasn't as easy as I'd have thought! Surprisingly, the one that found a new home the quickest was the Light Brahma, but there just happened to be a lovely person looking to replace her Brahma roo. The whole thing was fairly stressful, not knowing how many of our neighbors were mad at us--nobody said anything bad to our face (some people even said they thought the OE's crows were charming), but the haters were out there. At this point, my plan is to stick with easily sexed chicks, hatchery sexed chicks, or pay more for started birds where the other two options aren't available. I still wish I could have a rooster, though!!