I have several hens and I sell the eggs that they lay. Well, I noticed a drop in egg production, so I figured they had a nest somewhere. Sure enough, I found one under the azalea bushes in the front yard. I went out the next day to clean it out so I'd know how fresh any other eggs that were laid might be, and I discovered on of my SLW sitting on the eggs. I decided to let her sit and see if anything would hatch. I checked on her today, and we have chicks! The one I saw peeping out from under her feathers was white, so I figure that one is a leghorn/polish cross (the rooster is a polish). I could hear several others peeping, but haven't seen them yet. I'll post pictures when the hen brings them out. It's exciting! Absolutely zero work on my part - the hen and Mother Nature took care of the rest! She's a first time broody hen, so we'll see how she does.