So one of my GL Wyandotte hens decided the middle of winter is a great time to go broody...under my shed. I don't really want her to stay under there, and I have a nice little "maternity coop" that can house her and her chicks when they hatch. My problem is figuring out how to move her. Traditional wisdom says to move at night...Well because she is under the shed, I can't do that. I can't get hold of her at all except for her brief excursions out to eat and drink. If I snag her while she's out eating, scoop the eggs from under the shed, and relocate everybody to the new coop, will she continue to sit on the eggs? I think she's been sitting on them for about a week. Note: I have a 2 y/o Pyrenees who keeps predators away. I don't worry about predators getting to her under the shed. I DO worry that my egg-thieving LGD might dig under the shed and steal the eggs. And I don't know if she might try to play with a baby chick and end up killing it. Plus I don't want to be chasing little baby chicks all over the yard and trying to fish them out from under the shed.