Goldie-locks has gone completely broody on me since yesterday morning, I have to put on heavy leather gloves to get her to move out of the nesting box, and then she is just sitting on hay. She has moved into the main laying box for most of my girls and I think this is created a problems with the other girls. I have been going into the coop every couple of hours and moving Goldie off the nest and shooing her into the run, complaining to my Silkie-boy about her treatment by me, this morning had to do it again and Goldie went out screaming and Silkie came into the coop looking for a fight and ****** to the hilt at me for my treatment of his woman!! Question: Do I keep kicking Goldie off the nest to keep her from being Broody? Winter is really started here now in Northern Alberta, Canada and I don't want any chicks to raise yet!!