In the Brooder
- Apr 7, 2010
So my girls have been out in their coop and run for about a week now, and in the beginning they loved being out in the sun and pecking and scratching outside. At dusk we would go out and put them in to roost for the first nights and then let them back out in the morning. It took about three days before they started putting themselves to bed, but now that they know how to go in and out of the coop, they seem to be spending much much more time in the coop, than outside enjoying the outdoors. Has anyone else run into this? Is this normal behavior?