Hi, my Silver Laced Wyandotte went broody June 25th...so I placed 10 eggs of various breeds under her(from my other hens). Anyway, she would get off the nest once a day and go outside to stretch her legs,eat and drink, and then back on the nest she'd go. Today, day 5, everything looked good, although I noticed a foul smell in the coop. Wasn't sure what it was. This afternoon, my kids came to me,after being in the coop and said that there were 2 broken eggs on the floor of the coop,so they through them outside. Tonight,early evening, I gently lifted the broody hen(Ms. Dottie) to check on her eggs and to my surprise there were only 4 left and her underside was all wet looking,dirty and smelly. My question is, what should I do? Will the remaining 4 eggs be ok? This happened to my other broody hen and all of her eggs died and then turned rotten. I'm worried that the same thing will happen to Ms. Dottie's eggs and she will be childless. Should I take the eggs away when she is out to stretch her legs tomorrow and wash them gently and change the hay in her nest? Thanks for any help ahead of time.