Do you separate them into individual broody areas? That could get to be a mess if you have 3 or 4 broodies w/chicks of different ages. Recommendations on how to keep everyone happy & safe as they learn to get along? I have two broodies right now that I'm going to give day olds to tomorrow & one broody who has just started sitting on a clutch. I also want to hatch more under broodies thru the summer and I have two clutches of Scovie duck eggs being laid right now in the same shed. I will have eggs, chicks, broodies (chooks & ducks) all over the chook shed in the next few weeks. LAST year I only had two broodies w/chicks at the same time and those two moms would try to kill eachother anytime they were within 8 ft. of the other. It was not nice So, of course, this year I want to expand that experience. By the by, if my DH gets the secured duck house built by the time the Scovie ducklings hatch, we will gather the ducklings and mom and take them over to their new quarters but I don't want to disturb their clutches until then.