Hi, I have a broody silkie. She's sitting on two eggs. (rejected two, just so she had two to sit on - ideas on why she did this?) I also have two more silkies - young ones, who think that Gloria (my hen sitting on two eggs) is their mother. The two silkies, one rooster and one hen, sit on Gloria at nighttime. I'm worried that when the time comes for her eggs to hatch, that the two other silkies will squash the chicks or hurt them. Ideas? Should they be separated? It's such a shame if they should be as the twins (two young silkies) love Gloria. Cheers, Kelly.