Ok, so my serama decided to go broody and hid her eggs under our deck. The only roo is a brahma so I didn't think they'd hatch. After the first several days and I thought she was missing she'd come out to eat. She would come out every morning and I'd give her high protein warm food and protect her from the others because all of the LF, including the roo seemed to want her dead. Well the past 3 days she hasn't come out so I thought maybe she died because its soooo cold and rainy. Today I pushed some food under the deck and she came out...then I heard chirping! Let me tell you....best chicken moment of my life. I'm so proud of her. I didn't think the eggs would hatch because I wasn't sure they could breed and she only laid eggs less than a month before she went broody. But, its really cold out. I can't get to her or the chicks. What should I do? When I put food under the deck the LF go under and torment her. Do I need to get chick feed for them since its so cold there are no bugs out? Will she be able to care for chicks when its this cold? And since they're half brahma will they grow too big for her to care for them? I'm so excited I'm losing my mind! This just feels so right.