We have four 27 week old pullets and in the last 3 weeks 3 of them have been broody. First our white pullet and she was only like that for about 2 days. Then our EE and she was only broody for about a day, not sure if you would really call her broody. Now one of our black pullets (she looks like our white one, only black) has been trying to sit on eggs for 2 days now. Yesterday I had to wait until bed time to get her off the nest and again tonight I have had to wait until night fall. The thing is, she had 2 eggs under her in the middle nest. The olive egg doesn't belong to her, belongs to our EE, but this black one had it uder her. I saw it earlier in the nest to the left of her but didn't get to get it out and then when I went back out to see if she had laid, the egg was gone and she was still laying in the middle nest. How is she getting the eggs out of other nest?? Our nests are made out of 10 gallon square buckets that were cut down the middle. The sides and front have a 'wall' of about 3 - 4 inches high.