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You can use a broody cage, like a wire dog crate.

Prop it up on some bricks, so it’s off the ground. Pop her in for 3 days and 3 nights and it should sort her out. Do provide her with plenty food and water and keep it her in sight of the others. If possible inside the run itself.

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After 5 weeks of being a hissing snapping turtle of a broody, Merel has finally given up. But I don’t have a broody cage, but just keep her from the nest box. Although I really doubt a broody cage would work for her... she even broods on the roosting bar in the run that’s a meter of the ground...

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