Hi Folks! I know this isn't directly related to meat birds, but it's pretty close. Back in December we processed our first batch of Freedom Rangers, which were quite tasty, and let a few escape the freezer. We saved several which turned out to include some ladies and a fella. The rooster turned out to be a scaredy-cat, but extremely aggressive to, uh, get his business done - all day long. We ate him and now we are left with a few pullets. One of them randomly went broody on us. She is super broody and has sat on unfertilized eggs for a few weeks. We got some Buckeyes and BO in and threw a few three week old chicks under her. Phew she went from broody and biting if you reached under her, to downright protective of her chicks overnight. It looks like she will turn out to be a good mother. I would have thought broodiness would not have been in their lines. Anyone else have experience with saved Freedom Ranger pullets going broody on them?