So I got a trio of Thai games that I am breeding, so my 2 pullets are almost a year and they started laying 2 days ago, first I thought only one was going to start laying but strangely they both laid on the same day. I have 3 nest boxes (I originally had 3, 2 pullets and 1 hen, but the hen kept attacking the two pullets so I separated her) And it seems they both are laying in 1 and are continuing to do so. I'm afraid of the outcome, will these two fight to sit in the nest once done laying? I can't see them sharing cause these guys aren't the friendliest chickens. 2 summers ago I had two OEGB hens sitting together and they both raised the babies together (most amazing to watch), but I just can't see Thais doing that. Plan A: if they both are welling to sit together, I may leave them be, but the nest really is only big enough for one chicken cause that was the plan, one per nest. Plan B: if they don't cooperate with sitting together, I will leave all the eggs for the bigger pullet to sit on and move the smaller one cause I'm expecting about 10-12 eggs per pullet so that will be about 20-24 eggs. Bit too much, yea... but good thing is thai game hens are pretty descent in size and their eggs are just a tad bigger than bantams so i'm crossing my fingers she will be able to cover them all with no problem. anyone have ideas on what to do? I hate using incubators but thats my last option. I hate brooding chicks, lol, thats why I prefer the hens do it naturally and take care of the chicks, and a mama with chicks is just a beautiful sight to see.