Looonnnngggg day at work yesterday...so long I had to have my neighbor come over and lock up my chickens at dusk. I went out to collect eggs when I got home and found my Buff Orp sitting in the nest box. So I said "forget it" and planned to get them this morning. Well, she is still sitting her big butt on those eggs. I guess she couldn't stand seeing a full nest and decided to go broody. I tried scooting her off and she growled and got grumpy. I will let them out her in a bit, and if she doesn't come off the nest on her own I will physically remove her. Will the eggs still be good if she has kept them warm all night? I asked my neighbor if she was in the nest box when he locked them up, he said no, she was scratching around the floor of the coop and that he had seen her out and about during the day. So I am estimating she has sat on those eggs for 12 hours. Outdoor temp was around 30 degrees, and I do not have a rooster so the eggs aren't fertile, if that is relevant.