Hello all. First time posting after a lot of forum research. What a great data base of knowledge! I have a couple questions on introducing new hens to my flock (of 2) and the spacial requirements for a quarantine coop. I'm aware of the 30 day quarantine process but I'm curious as to how big a quarantine coop for 4 hens needs to be. For future quarantine issues, I already have a coop built that has a 4'X4' run with a roosting/nesting enclosure of 2'X4' attached. My question is this: can they get by in this confined space for 30 days? I'm aware that this isn't ideal- just want to make sure putting them in there for 30 days wouldn't be inhumane. My other question is this- the dominant of the two hens we already have has been broody for a couple of weeks. In the event that she is still broody in a month when we begin to introduce the new hens, what might I expect with her behavior? Thanks!