I have two hens who went broody at the same time in the same nest which in itself is no big deal. But they now appear to be trying to sit on top of eachother. They try to spread their wings over the heads of eachother, they both attack if you go near the other. They show no agression towards one another. I guess it's all cute but it's also a little disturbing. This is the first time one of them has gone broody and the third time the other has. I was hoping to shove some fertile eggs under them and see if I could get my first chicks. Right now they are sitting on 3 eggs and a golf ball I think. I don't know if the eggs are fertile yet. The problem is that even if these two hens can handle peacefully hatching and raising chics together I don't know if we'll get to that point. We are in the middle of a heat wave where I live so it's not an ideal time to stop eating and drinking and just sit indoors on a nest. I'm wondering if maybe I could just go buy 3 chicks and toss them under then hens and maybe they might just think "oh the babies are here wa-hoo" and then raise them. Do you think I could get away with it?