Ok I have two chickens a Silkie and a Cochin who are sitting on 5 eggs. They take turns not voluntarily with who gets to sit on them. They are in the corner of my coop and I can not reach them without climbing inside which I choose to leave them alone for the most part. Unfortunely I never really kept track of when I noticed them sitting. I do know it was within a week of me setting mine inside which has been a month so they are around the 3 3 1/2 week mark (I'm guessing) First it was originally my Silkie sitting on the eggs and my Cochin decided she wanted those eggs so here were are in a battle of the mothers. So far I have had one adorable little fuzz ball hatch. (Around monday) but i left her in there thinking others would be soon to follow. My worry is what I should do about the baby and hopefully the others that should be hatching. I already have another mom and baby in my smaller coop and I have a brooder with the two chicks that survived my incubating fiasco. Should I bring the little one inside with my others. Or leave her in the coop with the two moms and 4 other chickens? I have this huge knot in my stomach about taking her away from her moms and I want to know what most of y'all do about this? I will say the little chick I left a month ago who hatched out of no where was left in with the mom but moved to another coop. Well its not that friendly and I'm worried its because I don't spend as much time down there, if I had brought him inside maybe they would have grown more attached to me. Hope this isn't dragging or confusing anyone but today the chick is 4 days old and I'm giving y'all some background on the whole long situation.