I may have made a mistake a couple days ago. I already had 3 eggs for the day (I only have 3 layers right now) and I went out a little before dusk to close the nesting box. They sleep in the box if I don't close it at night. Well, my RIR (for a commercial hatchery) was in the box so I booted her. I was "greeted" by a shell-less egg under the roost yesterday so maybe she was going to lay twice in a day, I'm not sure. She's been laying for about a month. This morning I went to check for eggs and when I opened the box she was in there again, this time she hissed at me pretty good. So I closed the box without checking for eggs etc. About an hour later I went out and she was still in there so I fished 2 eggs out from under her, one looks like a double yolker and the other a normal pullet egg. I'm not sure which is hers and which is from the Delaware. She let me take the eggs with no problem but then started hissing again as I closed the box. She's still in there and that was about 15 minutes ago. Is "a few hours" too soon to start taking action? She looks like she has no intention of moving.