3 of our chickens began laying about 2 weeks ago. we have rhode island reds and barred plymouth rocks. we built their coop and followed byc advice on nesting boxes, which are about 24 inches off the floor. all 3 of the chickens are laying their eggs on the roosting boards which are 5-6 feet off the floor! i have tried golf balls in the nesting boxes. putting the eggs in the nesting boxes for a couple of days. even picked up the hens and put them into the boxes with the eggs. they still insist on laying on the roosting boards. the 1st week, i was finding the eggs on the floor---broken. they seem to be getting it a little better bcuz this week eggs have been on the board. what can we do to get the ladies to use the nesting boxes instead of the roosts? we talked about hanging their nesting boxes from the underside of their roosting boards, but hate to go to the trouble of moving them if the ladies continue to lay on the top of the boards. suggestions??? advice???