Brood on - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
brood about (redirected from brood on)
brood about someone or something and brood on someone or something; brood over someone or something
to fret or be depressed about someone or something. Please don't brood about Albert. He is no good for you. There's no need to brood on Jeff. He can take care of himself.
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In this instance, the female started laying her first egg of the second brood on
the fifth day after the first brood fledged.
The device(s) nearest to the brood on
the sorting sheet were chosen by the workers as the shelter for the brood.
We located hens after hatch every 2-5 days until ducklings were 30 days of age or until we observed a female without a brood on
two consecutive tracking sessions.