If it wasn't bad enough that my brahma went broody (two weeks for chicks for her), I have a couple more of my layers thinking about it now.
And the one silkie that had started laying is now broody. She made it 16 eggs. I don't think the cockerel knows what he's doing yet. but I let her have the last few eggs. We'll see if any are fertile in a few days. I can always give her a chick or two from the brahma's clutch.
Chickens are making me want to pull my hair out. lol
IF You really want to I have heard there are ways to break a broody!!!! Put her in a wire bottom cage and hang it so it moves. After a couple days she should no longer be broody. That is what I have been told.