So my Austrolorp went broody yesterday. I don't necessarily need to break her broodiness as I have 2 other layers, a load of eggs in the fridge and I don't sell. So, in her best interests (mental and physical health), should I just let her do her thing with no eggs, or should I try and hunt down a few fertile ones for her to sit on and let her do what is coming naturally? Right now, I have just been pushing her out of the nest box. Feller thought she was having problems laying as she had been in the nest box almost all day. It wasn't until he voiced his concern and I went to check that I realised what was happening.