Yep, I decided to leave them be-in the coop, and not seperate them into cages. I figured if they hatched, yay, if they gave up-which I figured at least one of them would, that's okay too. Of course, both of them pulled the distance, sometimes sharing the nest, sometimes taking over while the other got out to visit the facilities, stuff their face, etc. One of the girls was one of my big fluffy butt Brahma hens. The other was my lone Speckled Sussex. I can't believe they both fit in there So far, we have 4 chicks out, with another pipped. There should be 12 eggs left. I did take my Brahma girl out, so I could get a better look at the eggs-and only have to lift one butt up she went directly into another nesting hole, so I took two of the chicks, and put them in with her. I'm wondering now, if I should put all the chicks that have hatched so far, with her, and leave broody SS in, to sit on the rest of the eggs. I can't believe this...I have about 23 laying hens, and two roosters, then there are the 5 older teenagers I hatched out in February, the Polish and D'uccles from Ideal in March (9 of them) then the 47 chicks-between a hatching I had in May, and another Ideal order that are in my smaller coop, and my turkey poults (6) with 3 dutch banties, in the brooder in my basement. Like I needed more chicks!