While you sleep tonight, there will be chicks hatching under my broody bantam hen Biscuit. A few hours ago, when we went to latch up all the pens, we noticed a few empty eggshells already pushed out of the nest. There were suspicious rustlings under Biscuit's feathers but no one peeked out. I just checked on her again, before I go to sleep, and found a few more empties beside the nest and saw the faces of FOUR cute lil' fuzz-bombs peeking out at me. Biscuit is a golden-brown mixed-breed bantam who has hatched out many clutches already. Her last set was duck eggs, she hatched out 4 Khaki Campbell ducklings we're now calling The Biscuits, they're now about 12 weeks old. This time I gave her 10 eggs from a friend's Buff Rock flock. I had sold him a huge Buff Rock roo last year, I'm hoping to get some nice layers & big meaties from these chicks. Another banty hatched out 5 of these chicks a few weeks ago, nice golden-yellow fuzz-bombs that look especially cute huddling under their black-brown bantam Mama (her name is Tarantula, my boys named her that when she was a dark fuzzy chick). I'm interested to see how many of the 10 eggs I gave to Biscuit will hatch. She did a fantastic job of covering them in the nest. I hope you have a good night's sleep, I'm sure Biscuit won't get much rest, but she'll have a good reason for needing that extra cup of coffee in the morning.