Hehehehehe. I have a broody hen in the house; she went broody in the dog bed under the TV table. Her chicks are 4 days old now. I have seen a hen move eggs before, with my very first broody hen (also a BO, interestingly enough). But this time I have been able to watch a broody hen's behavior almost all the time for three weeks. Each hen reached across an egg with her beak, then tucked the egg up into her breast feathers, holding it there under her throat (above the crop). Then she makes small steps, carefully keeping the egg tucked securely while she gets out of the nest and into another. She will repaeat this with each egg. Throughout incubation, she moves the eggs around beneath her a LOT. She will roll the egg with her beak to move it from the warmest spot to an outer spot not as centered underneath her body. She moves them all, rotating them - so to speak - from hottest to just warm spots and back again. But carrying the eggs, that's sheer chicken ingenuity.