My 1yo ameraucana has gone broody. The eggs she's sitting on are not fertile. She made a nest out in the yard in a place that is very difficult to get her, and we physically can't reach to retrieve the eggs, much less replace them. Both my husband and I tried to get her and only succeeded in plucking a feather and getting violently pecked. I've created a separate broody pen for her, and am about to go pick up some hatching eggs to put in it so the poor hen doesn't just sit around wasting her time! I've read that its best to move them after dark, but since we can't even get to her, I don't think I'll have any choice except to catch her when she comes out to eat and put her in her pen then. She is easy to catch, so thats not a problem, but I'm just worried about how willingly she'll accept her new nest? Also.. about that nest. My nesting boxes are "triplexes" so I can't just pick one up and put it into her broody pen without taking the boxes from the other hens. I have a cat carrier with the door removed. Is this okay?