My 10 week old pullets, 2 of them, sleep huddled in a corner, I put a box with shaving in the corner and a board over it, they seem to want to be "under" something. I am now starting to think, after looking at other inside coops that mine is designed wrong. The coop is 17 feet long by about 6 feet wide with a tunnel of about 2 feet to outside. Inside the coop is built in a 30 foot by 60 foot building with skylights. Is it getting too light for them? why do they want to hide under something except when I go in there, very friendly and jump in my lap. They have a roost but no sign of them using it, is my space too big for them as they can see they are in a big building? Is the light coming in making them want to be inside a dark place? should I make a dark box they can go in? they are too young to have nesting boxes right? I dunno what to do, someone advise me.