I have 3 silkies and 2 went broody next to each other. I put 9 shipped silkie eggs under them, (4 under 1, 5 under the other), and there are only 3 left (removed 6 previously that had nothing happening). It is day 16. The 3rd hen sleeps with the 2 broodies at night for warmth (37 deg last night) and everyone is happy so far. With only 3 eggs left, the 2 broodies are now facing each other caddy-corner with their breasts on the eggs together. They are sharing nicely, but at this point do you think I should give all 3 to one of the girls and block the other 2 off from her (would have to put a divider in the same coop). How would you pick which broody to break, or should I leave them together and risk them killing the chicks (and then what do I do with the 3rd hen)? If I do separate them, will mama hen be warm enough without her sisters to cuddle with? If and when the chicks hatch, should I move mom and babies to a brooder or leave them in the coop (I don't think there is enough room for a heat lamp). I don't have an incubator, but I do have a brooder set up and ready. Please help!! Thank you!