I could not find this hen for a couple of days about two weeks back. Then when I left the coop to get some hay one night and came back in a few mins later.. she was on the floor eating with the rest of the chickens. The next night I found her hiding spot in the house. Its up on a bale of hay sitting inside the house to keep it dry. Its leaning against a back wall. She is up on top of it snuggled back by the wall. There is a shelf of sorts above her so she is protected somewhat. Chickens sometimes sit up on the shelf but have not been sitting there for a month or more.. anyways.. yesterday I gave her a few bits of bread while she was up on her nest. She ate it, got down to eat corn with the gang and I saw her eggs.. 10 of them!! So.. do I leave her alone, let her hatch them out? Are they safe from the other hens? since the eggs are up high, well a hay bale height, a bit less since its leaning my worry is them falling once they hatch, assuming they hatch. This little hen is nice, but not friendly. I cant pick her up unless I corner her and scare the heck out of her. As you can tell I am new to this... Her area is in the back of the coop, in a section we added a year and a half ago. It would be "doable" to block her off from the rest of the hens and the roosters but a pain to take care of everyone. Suggestions?