Impossible to know now.
How old are they?
Are they hatchery stock? Most hatcheries breed to avoid broodiness. However, that is just a generality. I have 10 hatchery stock hens. Three went broody. Two are supposed to "rarely" go broody. One of them became an absolutely excellent mother this year.
WELL SOME OF MY GIRLS ARE 7 MONTHS 3, 3 ARE 10 MONTHS, ONE IS 3 YEARS. NOW 9 ARE 1 WEEK LOL INCLUDING 2 COCKS. SO FO COARSE NOTHING WILL HAPPEN TILL NEXT YEAR FOR THE OLDER GIRLS THAT IS IF THE COCKS KNOW WHAT THEY ARE TO DO. THE LAST 9 CAME FROM MYERS HATCHERY. THE 3 7MONTH OLD CAME FROM MY COUSIN THE OTHER FROM A FARM NEAR ME THE ARE PRODUCTION HENS SO THEY LAY AN EGG A DAY HARDLY NEVER A MISS. 4 MORE COMING FROM MYERS THEY ARE AMERAUCANA