I have a buff colored cochin bantam who has decided to sit on the nest constantly for the last few days. Everyday, I keep removing the warm eggs that two other hens are laying under her (about one each day). The first day or two, I managed to scare her off the nest when collecting the eggs. The last few days she is immovable when I reach under her rear to remove the eggs from the nest (which is the top of a bale of straw). She's not aggressive just determined to sit. I have even picked her up and set her on the ground of the run so that she will partake of treats that I give to the entire run of chickens. She gets some treats, then is back on the nest very soon. This has got to be broody behavior. I don't want her to try to hatch eggs with winter approaching. The eggs that she's attempting to set are probably fertile as there are several bantam roos in that same chicken run. Should I just keep removing the eggs and her from the nest as much as possible to try to break her of sitting?