We have 3 young girls just at POL. 2 of the 3 layers are dutifully laying in their super deluxe boxes (with golf ball lures) as intended. 1 of the girls has decided that next to our old stack of scrap lumber is a nicer place. It seems weird to me, because they do like to hang out there, but as far as a "nest" is concerned it's a pretty crappy place. Mostly just bare gravely hard-pack dirt with no nesting material around. We free-range from sunrise (or shortly there after) to dusk. This unusual spot is not totally inconvenient for us, and it's in a fairly protected area (not much threat of other animals snatching or destroying eggs), however we don't want to set up habits that are hard to break down the line. Is this something that I should nip in the bud? Will it be harder to break this habit later? I've read about locking the girls in the coop for a few days so they'll have no choice but to lay in the boxes, but it's going to be pretty hot the next few days and I'm worried about roasting them in there. Can I wait a couple of weeks and do it when the temps are back down?