Early last year 2013 my brother gave me a hen. This hen was more like a roo then a hen. She was the alpha of the hennies. This was great I thought but what happen next really was not expected. This hen started to act like a rooster. She would dominate the other hens and took on a role as the rooster of the flock. There was no rooster present, just a few cockerels. Well it has been over a year and she is finally back home. She went away to stay with a friend to see if he could get her to lay. He did get her to lay, unfortunately she wasn't committed to sitting on her eggs and none of the eggs hatch. I am happy to have her back because she came from a special bloodline. I found her a rooster who has excellent husbandry and she has accepted him. I'v isolated her front the other hens and make sure her roo is always present so she doesn't get any funny ideas. My plans will probably be to incubate the eggs to ensure she has some offsprings. My brother suggest that I let her sit on dummy eggs and then after the hatching of the eggs in the incubator, introduce the chicks to her. Our goal is to make a good hen mother out of her. We want her to imprint her chicks. Any experience with a hen who wants to be a rooster? Please share.