I have an Americauna that has gone broody. She had 6 eggs. She hatched her first chick last Saturday. Monday, there was another egg underneath that was about halfway hatched, I left her alone, but the next morning the semi hatched chick was gone, and only 4 eggs remained at that point. Last night I noticed that there was another semi hatched chick just under her wing, so I left her alone and this morning, it had died, and had not completely hatched. This is my first time with a broody hen, but I always thought that the mama knew best and to leave her alone and let her do her job. When I found the dead chick this morning, I looked at the other eggs and another is trying to hatch. So what if anything should I do? She is in a seperate place from the other birds, and is in a nesting box that is inside another pen. She has enough room to set, get up and walk around, and has a place for food an water. The other hens can see her, but they can't get to her. It is kind of funny because they get on top of her pen and look inside, like they are checking her progress! Am I not providing something that she needs? I don't want to interfere, but want to make sure that she has what she needs.