You have a broody hen.
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Move your broody hen to a place where she is alone. This is best done after dark. After a couple days carefully slip the eggs under her. Don’t overdo it. Up to a dozen for a standard size chicken and six to eight for a bantam. In 21 days you should have chicks. If the hen keeps rolling an egg out of the nest it’s probably a bad egg. Somehow they seem to know.
The hen will take it from there. Give her a little chick starter on the floor (it’s OK for her to eat) and water.
As always, ask further questions in the comment section.
--Dale, aka Turkeyman