I think my hen is broody, she has been sat in the nesting box for two days, she has not come out to eat or drink, should I move her?
Okay, if you are not interested in purchasing hatching eggs for her then you might want to break her of her broodiness. It's not good for them to sit and sit with no results.The eggs are not fertile, as I do not have a cockerel
That's when you go to Step 2 - the broody breaking crate. You separate them into a crate with absolutely nothing they can make a nest out of. You want there to be as much air circulation as possible to cool their bum off.mine have been broody for about 2 weeks now. i keep moving them but it doesnt seem to work.