I'm struggling with a broody right now too. I have a Phoenix pullet that is getting pretty determined. I just had one hatch out a couple eggs, and she is turning out to be a great mom. But I'm really not up to hatching out some more mixes that will be 4+ weeks younger than the newest two. I just don't want to have so many different age groups that I need to keep separate. So I decided to try to break this one, as I don't want her to get too far out of condition with colder weather coming. I've been taking her off the nest every time I'm out there, and I removed all the wooden eggs that were in the nest boxes. We are on day 3 so far, and no change in broodiness yet.