Several weeks ago we had a hen go broody (our first one!!) and since we'd been taking everybody's eggs all along, we just put the next three eggs anyone laid under her. Problem is that she is in an upper nesting box. I seriously didn't think any of these would hatch and didn't really worry about it beyond trying to move her (and the eggs) to a lower box early on. She went right back up, so we put the eggs back up under her. Well! One of them hatched today! So now what do we do? All the info I find on babies has to do with raising them without a mama- since we have a mama to do her thing, I'm mostly concerned about how high up this box is. We have a chicken tractor- should we try to move her and the baby/babies to the tractor tonight? We can put a chick waterer and feeder in there and create a safer environment on the ground and away from the other adult chickens we have. If so- any recommendations as to the safest way to do this? This is our first time and my instinct says to move them, but I just wanted to check with all you seasoned chicken owners! Thank you!