I live on a large farm, though no farming is actually done on it. We built a large nice coop for our chickens and are raising them organic (except for the chick starter which I was told was important) and free range. My chicks are 6-7 weeks, and don't really know what to do on their own yet. They've only had access to the outside for 4 days (today will be 5). It rains 70% of the time in Pittsburgh, and my chicks don't yet really know how and when to go back in their coop. I still help them at night, though after yesterday I think they're on the verge of getting it. My question is this.... when it rains, they do not go back up into their coop, they just huddle in a corner somewhere, partially out of the rain. Should I let them out at all on a day when it's going to rain all day, and should I help them (force them) back into their coop if I let them out in cloudy weather and it starts raining later. I don't know if chicks/chickens normally play in the rain, so I don't know what I should be doing for them. Thanks!