I have an extremely skittish pullet hatched in June. The pullet was raised by its broody mom in a brooding coop, which shares a run with the main coop. Main coop is a converted construction trailer which has a people door and a chicken hatch. Chicken door has a wooden ramp with treads. People door has a wooden deck/stairs. Pullet refuses to enter coop at night by chicken door, and if the people door is closed, pullet goes to pine trees and roosts up higher than high. I keep people door closed so pullet has been exiting coop every morning for 4 weeks via the chicken ramp. Her hatchmates have all learned to come back into the coop using the chicken ramp. But her? no way. Now that it is getting dark earlier, I often barely get home by dusk, and have spent way too much time standing on a stool with a long pipe, jostling the pine branches til she flies down and hustles into the coop via the people door . I have tried several times to catch her in the coop and bring her back out, forcing her to enter coop through chicken door. THis isn't working, partly because she is in a state of terror when I finally get her, and partly because her panic in the coop while I am trying to get her causes chaos in the flock in the coop. Lots of owls here, and she is a light colored pullet so I think she will be an easy dinner if I leave her out at night. Any suggestions besides chicken dumplings?