I have 3 pullets, 20 weeks old as of yesterday and 3 hens. Only one pullet has started to lay. I know that chickens slow down their laying when it starts getting darker earlier. So, I'm somewhat concerned that with it getting darker earlier that my non-laying pullets won't make it to full production before they start slowing down again. I have a light on a timer in the coop to add extra "daylight". My three hens are accustomed to the light but the pullets like to stay up (off the roost) and roam around the coop. When the light clicks off, they "miss" bedtime and can't see to get up on the roost, therefore, they sleep on the floor. I'm wondering if I keep the timer set and let them figure it out themselves or keep the light off and let them go to bed when the hens do.