My chicks were hatched at the beginning of July and are still not roosting. They had a branch in their brooder at 2 wks and raised roosts by 4 wks. They always hung out on them during the day, but huddled at night. I figured when they moved to the coop it would change. 5 weeks in the coop now and still not roosting. They're on them throughout the day, especially my one roo who has claimed the entire top roost to strut his stuff. But at night, back in a pile in one corner of the coop. Should I block off that corner? Would that encourage them to roost or would they pile elsewhere? (Two corners are against a wire mesh wall, so I doubt they'd pile in either of those. The remaining corner is under the roosts.) I'm using the deep litter method, but its kind of hard to keep it fresh when I can't remove the nightly poop in an efficient manner. Also, we've had a sudden cold spell (high 50's from the high 70's/low 80's). Since we're headed into fall, will they even bother roosting when its warmer to pile up?