We have moved out little ones out into the coop! They love the coop but they love the outside more than anything else. Since they are still young we are keeping them in the run area. They do know that the ramp leads to the coop as I have watched every single one of them go all the way up and in some like to hang at the doorway. Right before dusk we are trying to get them all to bed, locked up safe and sound inside the coop for the night. We are trying the same voices and phrase "goodnight guys" putting them in. For a week now its been going in saying goodnight then catching all of them one by one and putting them in the coop. Is there any tricks to training them to go to bed on their own? At least to respond to going up the ramp and into the coop with that phrase? Or am I dreaming chicken dreams?