I just went out to lock the birds up and took a flashlight with me so I could check Aggie's 'compound' for signs that she had been off the nest today and found no sign of a broody poop, nor a decrease in her food and water. I shined the light on her and she looks 'different'. She has been flat as a pancake since she started brooding but tonight she is more alert and her breast and wings are poofed out around her and not clamped tight to her body. I think we are officially on lock down!
6 broody hens in Canada? Are these early bird hens just plain nutz?