The fluffen-nutters (cochins) went broody a month ago, and have continued to steal any eggs the tripplettes lay on the coop floor... We have pitched out about a dozen eggs that the broody pair have pushed out of their clutches but this morning I heard a totally new sound as I approached the coop - peeps! There are at least two puffballs - one yellow and one gray! I am leaving them with their mom, after all - she has sat in the coop through weeks of 100 degree weather to hatch them. That said - is there anything I can do to increase their chances? I put a waterer in the coop with pebbles in it so they wouldn't drown.... Is there anything else I should do? I'm at work now, won't be able to check on them again til 5 when I get home.