After my rooster's lung infection, as my vet suggested, last Saturday I finished a week of medicating my chickens as a prevention of their possibly getting the same infection. I was also told to toss the eggs for two weeks, but I decided to put them in my two incubators one week at a time. As luck would have it a hen went broody last week, and I stuck ALL twenty of the eggs in the various nests under her. Yesterday, I found another hen sitting of six that had accumulated in one nest this week. I went around to the other nests and collect six, six, and four. That made sixteen more to the six under her for a total of 22 eggs. Of course that was too many for both hens, but there's a temporary fertility problem because of the rooster's having been at the vets for a week and then his having a bumblefoot treatment from a BYC member who was visiting... it was painful for him to mate so... Whatever, we're having the house painted and some decorating done now, so the excess eggs are the hens problem, not mine. I am NOT going to deal with ANY broody hens or eggs NOW. I'm just going to wait and see how many/if any chicks hatch and give them to a BYC member who wants them if there are any.