I have a Buff Orpington that went broody about 3 weeks ago, and has been faithfully sitting on 14 eggs. I was uncertain if they were fertile and was going to look into candling or other methods to check today to make sure that her efforts were not in vain. BUT, I just went out to check on her, and she has a beautiful little chick nestled in with her!!! (My DH had checked in on her a couple hours ago, and reported nothing - I'm thinking that the chick had to have been hidden away because it's completely dry and fluffy so obviously didn't JUST hatch.) Anyway, I'm worried because I haven't done my normal over-researching about this aspect of raising chickens. Is there anything special I should be doing right now? Will the little one be okay as the mother continues to sit on the rest of the eggs? I'll get some starter feed out for it, and there of course is water available. Should I take the food we have out for the Mama (laying mash with a little scratch mixed in) away so the little ones don't get into it? And, do I need to worry about temperature??? It's cool here today in Ohio - 55, with an expectation for night temps in the 30s. Many, many thanks for any advice you all can provide. I'M SO EXCITED!!!