We weren't getting any eggs this winter so we decided to put a light in the coop so we could get some eggs to hatch in the incubator. We put the light in 3 weeks ago and at first the egg production didn't increase but after a while we're getting about 5 eggs a day off our 8 hens which is great. We have also noticed some other strange things associated with the light being in there. The chickens stay out in their run at all hours of the night. But hey whatever. Anyway, we now have a broody hen....I'm assuming she's broody cause she thinks it's spring because of all the extra light? So can she sit on and hatch eggs in the winter? I know it needs to be pretty warm under her and she keeps the humidity correct. But will she keep it warm enough? We live in Utah where it's pretty cold. But I can keep her dry and as warm as possible (without bringing her in the house or anything). Any suggestions?