I have two muscovy hens and a drake who have not managed to create any ducklings yet this year. The drake is obviously doing his job. The hens have gone through spells of not laying, then laying but not caring about them, to building nests they abandon 10 days later (twice) and now finally I have one that wants to be broody in the wrong coop! She thinks she is a chicken now. What things can I do to encourage ducks (muscovy in this case) to be broody in their own coop? To stay on their nests? I created "nests" for them but they both have chosen to be broody elsewhere, somewhere much less appropriate. They seem to get grumpy with one another when they are broody, which is unfortunate because I think between the two of them they could have hatched some, had they only cooperated with one another. I've also tried incubating some eggs myself but my house is not air conditioned and goes through such wide temperature swings that I ruined a set of eggs already trying to incubate them myself in my bator. We really have these ducks as meat producers that we over-wintered last year, so it is starting to be pretty expensive dinner. Obviously these birds themselves are too old to be much good and by now they are named and everything as we never intended these ones to be dinner, but I sure would like to eat their offspring. Any hints?