The 2 are separated from the flock just not each other and havent been given eggs yet because I just moved them. The other hen has been in a nest the last couple of nights but I've not seen her daytime behavior much because of not being home much. She may just be hanging out there at night although she usually roosts. School is out now and I'll be home most days for free range time and can better assess her determination.
OK, again these are yours and you can set them up any way you want. I just try to suggest the BEST way so people have Less trouble. Some leave their broody hens with the rest of the flock and have no problem, a lot have Major problems doing that. Some stick two or three together in a pen and have no problem, some have problems. With 150+ broody hens in the last 3 years alone---all moved to Private Pens I had Zero Problems---This is why I suggest to everyone---that if they/you want less or no problems-----"properly" move them to a private pen/set-up!! Good Luck