Two weeks ago I gave my broody seven eggs. I tried to move her a few times from the nesting box that she was in, as it is a high box and in the "general" use coop. All the attempts to move her resulted in her leaving the eggs and not wanting to be anywhere but that nest. So I gave in and put the eggs back under her in that nest. Of the seven, 5 show growth. We are currently at day 14. So then less than a week later another hen kept trying to steal the eggs and kept sitting on them as well. She has been known to be broody in the past as well. So I gave her eggs as well. She is in the box right next door to the first broody. So here they are about 4 feet off the ground in the general coop, sitting on 12 growing embryos between the two of them. We are still dealing with a few of my other hens wanting to lay in those boxes, but it appears to be lessening each day. So what should I do with them. Do I let them hatch them in those high boxes, and then move the momma and the babies down to the floor? Should I move them to another coop? ( I do have a vacant one that has 2 boxes at ground level.) If I move the first girl after she hatches out her five, then a week later move the second one with her babies will there be fighting? Should I build I really long ramp from the current nesting boxes down to the floor? Should I attempt to move them now to the other coop? They have both used that coop last summer, but it has been vacant over the winter, as the current coop is nicer. TIA to any suggestions or ideas.