I have a small flock of 3 bantam pullets: one silkie, one cochin, and one Serama. The Serama being the leader. Because it is cold outside, they have been living in our basement, having access to a good-sized room as their run, and a dog crate, which they roost on top of and lay eggs inside. Recently, the cochin has decided to go broody on no eggs. The Serama has gone broody before, but was easily broken by taking away the eggs. We don't have a rooster and also don't really want to hatch eggs. She is proving to be much more difficult to break than our Serama, and even if we cut her off from the crate, she will sit on top of it instead. Additionally, the irritable Serama has been picking on the cochin for taking up her favorite nesting spot. Overall, the flock has become very tense. This is the 2nd night of the cochin being broody, and I'd rather not separate her from the flock unless I have to. What is the easiest way to stop this? Thanks!