Hi folks, After having my flock for 2 years, finally one of my australorps seems to be going broody. She's been in a nest box for about 3 days now. I have a light in my coops to give the flock 14 hours of light so that they would lay since late winter, after they finished their molt and had a break from laying for a while. I want to move the broody out of the coop and give her some eggs to set on (she's on fakes now) but I realized that will mean she'll go back to natural day length which is about 12 hours right now, and increasing. Will the lighting change have a negative impact on her broodiness? And secondarily, how long should I wait to move her to have the best chance that she won't break out of being broody. I'm afraid it won't stick, since this is the first time one of my 12 hens ever has been broody before. Thanks!