We have a hen who's gone broody. Rather poor time of year in my opinion (fall in northern MN isn't ideal hatching conditions). The problem is she's gone broody in the woods rather than in the coop. I am afraid she and/or her eggs will get too cold before they hatch...and don't even know what to think about the cold when they DO hatch. My husband tried moving her to a kennel in our coop, but she didnt like that at all, and we wound up placing her back in her original nest before the eggs were wrecked. The eggs seem fine...moving and veins when candled. Should I let her continue laying in the woods, or should we try a different way to get her to the coop? What is the best way to move her without her rejecting her eggs? She's a beautiful araucana, and our roo is a banty, so the babies would be adorable, and we don't want to waste 12 araucana eggs, when she's so eager to brood them. Please help!! It's getting cold up here!! Thanks so much!