My black araucana has gone broody for the second time. She is in a nest box that is several feet off the floor. The first time she went broody, I waited a couple days and then moved her and the eggs to a nest box on the floor of the coop - with a larger wire cage around the area so the other chickens wouldn't bother her. I didn't leave her in the nest box because I was afraid that when the chicks hatched, they'd fall out of the nest and get stranded with no way to get back up to the nest. The hen repaid me by abandoning those first eggs. Now a couple months have gone by, and the hen had gone broody again. She's been on four eggs for over a week now. So far, I've left her alone. So she's still in the nest box that's three feet off the floor. Should I leave her where she is - and just hope that when the chicks hatch, they'll be okay - or should I try moving her again? Any suggestions? I don't want to disturb her and get her out of her broodiness again - but I don't want to lose chicks because of falls either.