Hey guys -- I've got a bantam cochin pullet and a bantam Ameraucana/EE hen who have decided to go broody in the same box. They've been at it for at least a week now. Do hens tend to share incubating and chick duties well, or should I separate them? I can't see any signs of trouble so far, but I want to plan ahead. They had about 20 eggs in there -- mostly bantam cochin (I have two cochin hens in that coop, but only one EE), but I removed all but 6 EE eggs. So they're sharing 6 between them. I'm willing to let the girls hatch em, but I'd hate to see something bad happen to the babies. Thanks for any input! eta -- I did candle the cochin eggs when i removed them, and several of them were fertile and developing. I did NOT candle the EE eggs, but I would be surprised if they are not fertile. There are two eager roos in there -- one a LF Welsummer, the other a wheaten bantam ameraucana.