We had two broodies that we put eggs under. One was super mean and you could not get near her without putting a mason jar on her head. The other is super nice, and lets you do anything to her. Two chicks hatched on Sunday, one to the mean broody, and one to the nice. Sunday night the nice broody's chick was missing, no idea what happened to it. She is sitting on 11 eggs. Another chick that was under her hatched tonight, but was squished before it was fully out of the egg. I just went out there and found it, and found one of our ducks in the nest with it, and nice broody was in the next nesting box over. I took all the eggs out and put them in a makeshift brooder is the grow out pen. The nice broody is not with them. Should I put nice broody in there, or do you think she is the one killing the chicks? The mean broody is on the floor in the coop with her one chick and is very nasty towards the other birds. She keeps the chick tucked in the corner. It might be because I woke them up, or the fact that that mean broody has food near her, but the roo got down and started pecking mean broody. She puffed up and was trying to chase roo while keeping track of the chick. During the day, no one bothers mean broody. I only have one area for the grow-out pen, but there may be enough room for both broody moms. Should I put mean broody in the pen, along with nice broody who will still be sitting on eggs, but are due to hatch any day? Thanks for any help, this is the first time I have used broodies to hatch chicks so I have no idea what I am doing.