I thought productions reds won't go broody but sure enough I have one! It's been several days now and she wont get off the nest. I keep taking the eggs but at some point every day someone gives her two eggs to sit on. I keep moving her but she is determind to hatch the golf ball she is sitting on. Do you think she will go the distance? If so I have a couple eggs I could give her that I want hatched. I already have two broody silkies that I set some jap eggs under but I forgot to write down when I set the eggs and I haven't moved them so I am hoping they can raise the chicks themselves?? I guess after all this I need a nursery to put all these broody's in! If I put them all in the same place will they kill each others chicks or keep to their own? One of the silkies is a very fiesty broody mad at the world kind a girl! This is crazy, I would have given anything for a broody in the spring when I had so many eggs I wanted to hatch, almost all the other birds are still molting!