So, I have 4 chickens about 2 years old: 2 Americaunas, an Australorp, and a Buff Orpington. The Australorp has been broody for close to 3 weeks now, and I have been unable to break her of the habit. I've locked her out of the nesting boxes, and I set up a new nesting box for the other chickens. Oddly enough, the other chickens have taken to the new nesting box except my broody Australorp. Since locking her out of her nesting boxes, she seems less broody, but she's still not laying eggs. She used to strut around all puffed up, and she doesn't do that anymore. I've also noticed that she has been getting pecked at and bullied by the Buff Orpington. She sleeps by herself on a small roost right outside her nesting box, and when I try to put her on the roost with the others, the Buff Orpington tries to push her off the roost! I have been spending every night moving the Australorp onto the roost with an Americauna between the Buff Orpington and the Australorp and monitoring the hens to make sure they don't fight. I find that if I am there until dark and they fall asleep, they don't fight. When I come home in the evening, they seem to all get along. Their coop/covered run are about 100sq ft altogether, and that is where they spend their nights. During the day they free range on my grassy lawn. They have plenty of room for 4 chickens. Additionally, neither the Buff Orpington or the Australorp have laid eggs in a few weeks. I am not sure what to do. My Americaunas seem oblivious to or uninterested in anything the other two chickens are doing. What else should I be doing? Should I let my Australorp sleep by herself? This is my first time dealing with a broody chicken and a bully!!