We are thinking about making a metal shed coop and moving our current flock of 6 (soon to be 10)into it. We put a lot of effort into our current coop and originally thought that it would be the coop for winter since it is just easier to move around and get fresh grass weekly with, and the shed would be a summer coop since they will be free ranging a lot this summer. But then when we went to our town's feed mill to get more chicken feed, we saw 4 little chickens in the cages used to sell chicks in. They were small but had fully developed combs, so I was confused. I saw 1 was a boy and the rest girls. I asked the mill owner, Greg, and he said they were Black Belgian D'Anver Bantams. He also said they weren't for sale but he was going to breed them and sell their chicks this spring/summer. I got excited about this and that's how I thought about moving the current flock to the shed coop and having the bantams live in the one we have now. But what I'm asking (now that you know the story) is, are they a broody breed? I really want them to hatch chicks since I've always wanted to go through that experience but with the amount of large fowl I have now in the coop and plus 4 polish chicks that will join them once they're older, I wouldn't have enough room for new chicks. Plus my only breed that has a chance of being broody is my 2 Buff Orpingtons. Otherwise I just have Barred rocks and EEs. And I know the polish rarely--if ever--go broody. Any help would be appreciated, I really want to breed but I don't want to incubate them myself!