I have a hen that disappeared for awhile. We thought she had been eaten by something but then reappeared. We ended up figuring out she had made herself a nest under our deck and had about 16 eggs or so underneath her. Today she hatched a few. It is freezing cold here now (south central Indiana). Where she has them there is no room to put a food dish for the chicks or water bowl. Se put the nest inside a vent cover that is only big enough for her really. I saw at least two chicks under her when I picked her up. Should I try to move her and the rest of the eggs inside our garage and add a heat lamp? Or should I section off part of our coop so the other hens can't get to her and put a heat lamp there. Or should I leaver her alone. I don't know how the chicks will get out of where they are (high side) to get out and get to food but don't want to take her babies away from her...she worked so hard to be sneaky and get to keep her eggs. We weren't really prepared for her to do this this time of year!!! We are excited though and don't want to lose her babies to the cold or lack of food/water! PLEASE HELP!!!!!