I have 2 broody bantams that seem to want to share a nesting box. They started out in 2 separate boxes. One girl kept leaving her eggs to go sit with girl #2 and share those eggs. I gave up trying to separate them and just put all the eggs (7 total) in there. The 2 girls seem perfectly happy to share a box. DH and I have got to get our little coop and tractor set up for the mamas and how ever many chicks hatch. I didn't really want more chicks, but we started out with 3 broody bantams about 2 months ago. They didn't care what they sat on. On February 19th, I found a hidden clutch of 10 banty eggs. I decided to see what would happen. These eggs were who knows how old and the temps had been dropping below freezing at night. I accidentally cracked one when I was trying to candle them. Luckily there was nothing going on in it anyway. I took 2 more out a few days ago. There was only 1 that was truly looking promising. The others had just a little veining. Since we now only have 2 broodies, I hope we atleast get 2 chicks so they each have one. Broody #3 gave up after I put the eggs under her. I'm trying to get a good picture of the 2 girls all snuggled to post.