So my DH noticed last night that we had one hen missing. So we went out and looked and could not find her. But there was no sign of a struggle or any of the chickens in a up roar thru out the day. So tonight my DH was out again doing the nightly count, he was also doing the checks on the feed and water. well in the quite he hears a pecking noise. But he doesnt think much of it cause we have 15 hens and 2 roos. And they were all roosting. So then every chickens stops pecking and there is still the noise.He follows the noise and he see's one of our Barred rock in his beloved 66 mustang. This poor girl is on the floor board on the driver side, all fluffed out. The DH comes straight in from outside. He is giving me a good Stick Eye. Oh boy i am in for it. So he tells me that he has found our lost hen. He gets this look of almost pain across his face. And then tells me that the hen is in the mustang. And that she was fluffed out and would not move. This has me laughing so hard.The Stink Eye is getting worse as I laugh. So we go out to the garage. This poor girl has at least 13 to 14 eggs under her. But three are broken, and the others are covered in dirt and egg yoke. I get her to move and I try to wipe the eggs as best as possible. I also put a old rug on the metal floor board and then some wood chips on top of that . then the eggs that are not broken. This is a New adventure of us. we hatch out normally with an incubator. I am really concerned that the eggs are so dirty. And how the heck are the chick suppost to get out of the mustang. the mustang is up on stands. Its about 2 foot off the floor. So please HELP ME. Do I move the hen and chicks after they have hatched? What are the odds of these eggs making it to chick? And any thing else that i might need to know about broody hens.