Hi. I have a 1.5 year old blue laced wyandotte who just went broody on me yesterday. She was sitting on 5 eggs in a next box and I added 3 more eggs that I had from the day before. Our rooster is 19 weeks old but has been active with the ladies for a few weeks so I assume that there is a good possibility for fertile eggs. She is in one of our nest boxes. I tried moving her to a box, still inside our run, but she left to eat and then returned to her nest box. I moved the eggs back under her to stay warm. I don't want to hatch the chicks there as its off the ground, and used by the other hens. Do you suggest I try using something like a large dog crate? Also, we live in North New Jersey and it is starting to get cool at night (50 degrees or so). Is this a horrible time to hatch? We could move them indoors if need be. They would hatch late October.