So I had a broody Barnevelder. I got her eggs. They hatched two days ago. Moved them to a smaller grow-out pen so they are separated from the group, but still visible. It has both a coop and run, but she chose to stay with them in the run area. It's completely predator proof and weather proof, so it's no big deal. She spends a lot of her time scratching at the floor of the run. But when she does this, she pays no attention to where the chicks are, and several times now has sent them flying while she does this. And she doesn't seem to care when she does. Otherwise, when she finally quits doing that, she'll lay there and let them crawl under her, and she acts normal. Also, she scratches so much at the ground, she gets shavings and dirt all in their water and food. I tried to let her out into the big chicken yard, but she squawks to get back into her babies. I'm so afraid she's going to kill one inadvertently. Should I remove her? I have an EcoGlow ready just in case.