Hi everyone! I have two three hens and one rooster. Two of the hens went broody and shared the job of sitting on the eggs. All of the eggs were laid at different times so some developed sooner than others. Three chicks hatched about two weeks ago, and so one of the broody hens got off the nest and is taking care of them. So now, there's one broody hen sitting on the remaining eggs that haven't hatched yet. Today, one of them hatched. But for some reason the broody hen won't accept it??? She tries to peck at it whenever it goes near her and she is not acting like she even cares about it. I tried slipping the baby under her without noticing, and she doesn't notice it's under her until she sees it. And as soon as she sees it, she pecks at it as if she's intentionally trying to hurt it. I don't want to take the risk of her hurting it or even killing it, so right now I removed it from the nest and I have it in a brooder box inside the house. The other hen that's currently raising the three chicks that are about 2 weeks old does seem to accept the chick that just hatched and she seems a little concerned about it, but it's too weak and small to keep up with her and the three 2-week-old chicks. What should I do? Should I just keep it in the brooder box until it's a little older and strong enough to keep up with the older chicks, or is there a way I could try to get the broody hen to accept it? Thanks!