I went out this morning to give them their oatmeal, like every morning, and one of my girls did not come running. Since she is usually right by my feet when there's food involved, I looked for her. My dog found her 10 minutes later, under the woodpile, sitting on about 20 eggs. I thought that the egg production was down because there is a lot less light in Massachusetts these days, guess I was wrong. So, since to me this seems to be brooding behavior, do I let her sit on some eggs or keep taking them away from her? All but two of the ones she was sitting on had frozen and cracked, but I can give her some from the other girls if it's a good idea to let her set on them. Never had a broody hen before, so have no idea what to do here. I have a set up on the porch for anyone who is in need of isolation for whatever reason, so it wouldn't take more than a minute to tuck her in there with her eggs and let her go at it, but should I? Any ideas or suggestions? It's way too cold here to let her sit under the woodpile, so it's either move her and let her do it or keep taking them away from her and tossing her back in the run. And she seems pretty determined.