This is our second winter with our little flock. We have a nice coop with plenty of space for roosting. We also have a covered run that is pretty well sheltered from the elements, but it wasn't intended for them to roost in at night. Last winter, they would all go in at night and I'd close their door. This winter, however, they prefer to roost in the pen, rather than in the coop. I have gone out and chased them around, a few times and managed to get them all in for the night, but this just seems to upset them. They seem to be perfectly content out there, even though temps are getting down to 10 degrees at night. I'm wondering if I should keep fighting with them over it, or just let them determine for themselves, where they should roost at night. Thanks!