I have a broody bantam Cochin. I gave her 2 D'uccle eggs to sit on 2 days ago. Yesterday, she moved nests to where 4 of my girls had laid their eggs, seeing as Midnight the broody was in the preferred nest. I found and took the 4 eggs from under her, and put the D'uccle eggs back under her. (that had not been sat on all day) I did not notice the nest switch until way late in the day. Now this morning I go out... and my other girls were laying in the other nest boxes. So I waited and just went out..no eggs?? Midnight looked BIGGER...I lifted her up and she had all 4 eggs that were laid today under her in the nest box that she was in. She had not moved. Can they MOVE eggs? I have a hard time believing that the other girls laid the eggs in the box with her. That box is NOT that big. But I also, cannot, for the life of me understand how she could move them...except, well, I remember that when she had chicks, I could pick her up, and she would some hoe, snuggle those chicks next to her body, and they did not fall out. She is one persistent broody. I got no D'uccle eggs yesterday as they are starting to moult. But one D'uccle was trying to lay one today. IF she does, I will give that to Midnight too.