I had two broody hens each sitting on a small clutch of eggs. They kept getting up and pushing each other off their nests and stealing each others eggs. As a result, they all cracked and the embryos died. I tried again and all but 3 eggs didn't crack. One broody had two egg, the other had one. On the day of lockdown, I candled. Two of those were complete mush with disconnected air cells. I removed them. The next day a little chick popped right out of the last egg! I put green wire in the coop to keep mamma and the little one in and the others out. I named the baby Rio after the Olympics. Anywho, the other broody is completely distraught and is pacing around the barrier clucking. I tried putting the baby in another best box to see if she would accept it (To calm her down) but she ran it it with her wings out and tried to attack it! I instantly put the baby back with it mama. What should I do about the extra broody? I don't have space enough to give her her own clutch. Also, when should I be able to take the barrier down and let mamma and baby back into the flock?