A little back story here - We had a Buff Orpington Rooster (young - was supposed to be a pullet ha! but he had just started crowing) that I was planning to keep so we could get some chicks. Unfortunately, he disappeared a few weeks ago. Today, we found one of my Barred Rocks in a larger coop that we purchased used from a friend but needs some work done on it. We've been slowly fixing the little issues it has. It has 3 nesting boxes in it. She is in one of the boxes with several eggs up under her and is refusing to come out. She is definitely broody. What should I do? Could these eggs possibly still be fertilized and hatched into chicks since the roo has been gone so long? Should I let her sit or force her out of the nesting box and take the eggs? I would think that some of them would be bad by now though since she's probably been in there at least a week or two by the looks of the number of eggs. (We've been trying to find her but didn't think to look in this coop.) Would love any ideas on this! Thank you!