Well I went out tonight and opened the silkie coop. Ashes wasn't sleeping, she was standing looking lost. I put her on the side of the coop with Snow and her eggs. She nestled down about six inches from Snow and puffed up. Snow didn't seem to care. I had a flashlight on so they could see each other. I will check on them in the morning and see how they are. If she stays broody all day tomorrow, and is showing no signs of quitting I may try to put a few eggs under her. They are due to hatch this week, like thursday, so if that isn't enough time for her to sit on them and hatch them if she stays broody, then I will try to break her broodiness. I just thought I would take advantage of an extra broody with that many eggs about to hatch under one hen if it was possible. Also I just divided the coop today and Snow has gotten up every morning with the rest of the flock to dust bathe and eat, so they are used to each other.