I have a silkie who has been on one of the nests every time I've gone outside for the last couple of days so I have the feeling she is TRYING to go broody. The thing is, she has moved every time I've nudged her to move so I could collect the eggs so I don't believe she is fully broody just yet. Could someone tell me what to look for when she is fully broody so I know whether or not to make sure she has two or three eggs under her so it won't be for nothing (she was just sitting on shavings this last time because I took the eggs away from her this morning). After I shoo her off of the nest she does join the rest of the flock so I know she is getting food and water right now so I'm not worried about her health just yet. Just curious.