My cochin hen has been setting on her eggs (2) in a small two story hutch separated from the rest of the flock. Her nest is on the bottom floor which is completely covered in hardware cloth but still has contact with the ground. She had a nice thick layer of shavings for her nest but the last 24 hours have been really rainy and now the very bottom, under her belly and breast is really damp from water running under and the first egg had pipped when I went to check on her a little while ago. Can I pick her up and move some dry shavings in, replace the eggs and let her get back to it? She is very calm when we check the eggs, just talks to us and lifts herself up while we reach under, then again to put the egg back. This is her first clutch but she has been totally serious, in the zone for the last 21 days. So far, a good mama. What do you guys think?