So I have this broody hen sitting in a nest box I built. I don't mind her brooding in there but I am a little worried because when they finally hatch how will they get down? The nest box is about 2.5 to 3 feet off the ground. It is about 5 inches deep and I'm not sure if they will hurt themselves trying to get out (or will they be stuck!?). We only go down to check on the chickens once a day (it's about a 30 minute drive) so I doubt we'll be there when she is trying to lead them away from the nest for the first time, not that she'd appreciate us being there at that time! These girls are all so wild! I thought for a while about moving her into a pen and moving her clutch with her so she can finish out her broodiness and hatch on the ground. However, she is so wild I don't know how she'll take being handled and moved. Will it brake her of her broodiness if we move the nest? She may even freak out so much when we try to get her off the nest she could brake some eggs. I don't want to sacrifice my babies! Also, the only pen I have has a couple pullets in it and is rather small. Will she hate being confined with them? What's my best option? Thanks for any help!