Hi! Maybe this isn't too big a deal, but my husband just built a new coop, and we decided on a litter tray with roost space above that, three feet off the ground with a ladder going up to it. We first put 2 roost bars about six or seven feet long each level with each other just on top of the litter tray since we were having a really cold spell, and their former coop was too small. However, from the beginning they only want to roost on the side of the litter tray! This wasn't working out very well for 18 chickens and a rooster, since they all want the spot near the window. Today we raised the back-most roost, then put one slightly lower and what did they choose...you guessed it...to be in the SAME small spot near the window. Or maybe it's because the rooster was there and they want to be close to him (In the pics the rooster wasn't on the first ledge, but he had been when I wasn't taking the pictures!) ? They are literally fighting over the same spots...but I thought they want the highest roost spot? Should this be a concern? Also, we put in the ladder, but they fly to the edge of the litter try and then they jump down. Is this too high for them? I don't want them to get bumblefoot or hurt themselves. (Also, if this is the wrong section to post this, I am sorry! Seemed most pertinent, but am not sure.) Thanks so much!!