Our only cochin hen went broody and I'd like some advice from people that have been in similar situations. She's in a coop with 9 other hens and I have a few concerns about her laying on eggs in there with them. I don't want them jumping into the box with her and breaking her eggs. I'm also concerned because we're not exactly sure who the roo's genetic mother is (we know the cochin isn't) so we don't want his mother laying fertile eggs by him in the nest with the cochin and then hatching insest babies that may have issues. I can tell her eggs apart from most of my other hens most of the time but I don't want to make a mistake with that kind of thing. We do have a brooding coop that we could move her to but I've heard mixed things about moving broodies and I don't want her abandoning the eggs. Ive read that if I put the roo in with her it might help keep her broody, is that true? Thanks everyone very much for reading.