I'm totally at the end of my rope. I have 3 16 week old BO's who have been living with an adult JG and BO for the past 5-6 weeks. But the adults will not accept the babies. They do okay in the run during the day. But the adults bully, peck and pull feathers when I try to put the babies into the hen house at night. And needless to say, the babies don't want to go into the house. So they sit outside and cry at dusk. I have a divider up in the house to give them two separate quarters. But unless I literally cage in the babies, one likes to come around to the adult side of the house and just gets pecked like there's no tomorrow. I put her back on her side and she comes back around again. My only option is to put a temporary roost back into the dog crate and just let them sleep there. But forever? I really want the babies to sleep in the hen house. It's warmer and safer in there. And I'd like them to eventually lay their eggs in the proper nest boxes. I don't know what to do. Just buy a separate hen house for the babies? That seems extreme. Ignoring it and letting the adults peck at them is NOT an option for me. I just can't do that. But spending 20 minutes each night at dusk trying to put these crazy birds to bed has gotten really old really fast. I can't be home late or go out to dinner. And vacation is simply not an option. I might be done w/ chickens unless I can resolve this issue. Advice?