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Some polish can be kept with other breeds but there is always the risk of them being picked on by the other flock members. 9/10 polish are at the bottom the pecking order.

Is your polish broody now? They are not really a broody breed so it's great if she is. Out of all the polish I have and have had only one has ever gone broody. If she is broody I would highly recommend you seperate her from the flock to hatch and raise chicks.
 

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Yes a silkie would be better if you are wanting a broody. They are far more inclined to go broody. Pekin bantams are also another breed known for broodiness :D
 

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I'm afraid more than likely it will be picked on by other flock members. Silkies are often at the bottom of the pecking order in mixed flocks. I can't say this will or will not happen but there is a chance.
 

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