Hello. I am a little concerned that my two day old chicks have not emerged from underneath my broody hen to either drink or eat i.e. my hen has not led them out and/or they have not emerged on their own. Earlier today I reached under the hen and removed each chick one by one and showed them the water by dipping their beaks in. My Black Australop went broody for the first time 22 days ago. We don't have a rooster and I so I gave her some fake eggs to sit on. Last night I put six day old chicks (from a local feed store) under her. These same chicks drank and ate lots when I had them under a heat lamp in a temporary brooding pen until nightfall. Though the transition seems to be going well and my hen is keeping them all warm, I am a little concerned about their need for water and food. I live in San Diego where the outside temperature today is 67 and sunny and so I don't think the weather is the issue. Am I just being overly concerned? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.