Our poor little frizzle cochin went broody, though it took a couple days to get the idea firmly sunk in. I think the first couple days she was good to go, but once the laying frenzied rest of them got involved, she was pushed right off the clutch and gave up. Then she would reset the next morning and it all started over. We had 4 nest boxes for 14 girls. That should have been enough, it's just that they all get the urge at once. So, I made a new pair of a bit roomier boxes yesterday. They have a grain bag curtain for a bit of privacy. We have a sexlink named Grumbly that is also on her way to broody, so the second will be for her if we can move her in. So, now shes setting on 6 eggs, likely none her own, since the eggs she was on went cold. Thats all she can cover. I hope the delay doesn't cause her to give up a few days before hatch.