I am looking for advice on care tips for my broody who is in for an extra long hatch ( maybe 28 days total?). It was about a week before I could get fertile eggs under her. I know people use broody chickens to hatch ducks and other poultry that take longer to hatch. I also know people will move a broody and wait a few days to give her real eggs until they are sure. What I haven't been able to find out is tips for taking care of a broody in for an Xtra long hatch. I know it is hard on her body. I want the best nutrition for her so no carb. type treats- just a few meal worms and sometimes add water to her crumbles to make a mash (which seems easier for her to wolf down when she is off the nest). Am I doing the right thing? Any care tips from the experts ? Should I setup an incubator just in case she gives up early?