It's on a small landing at the entrance to the coop, I've attached an image below. It was OK when they were smaller, the photo is around 3 weeks of age. But now they are so much bigger and they sleep on top of one another rather than going inside where there are various perches and plenty of space.
I'm worried one will get squashed or pushed off and get injured.
I locked them in tonight and barred the door and now they are all squashed up against it.
Any ideas to stop this behavior. Or is it fine and nothing needs doing? It's my first flock so maybe it is all fine
(The bowl is the photo was some treats to lure them up and learn to use the ladder, so it's gone)
Edited by hodor - 2/2/16 at 1:42am