I have a blue laced red wyandotte that has gone broody. Somehow she has either managed to take 14 eggs out of the nest boxes and cache them in a corner of the coop under the pine shavings or, she has connived with the other girls to lay an egg or two in the corner and cover it up for her. Either way, she is sitting on an assortment of 14 eggs. Do I have to do anything when the chicks are born? Do I need to separate them or go back to providing chick feed instead of layer feed or will momma take care them in her own way? I knew this was going to happen sooner or later but I thought they would at least wait til spring. I also didn't know they could be so sneaky about it.