Do your Rangers use their roosts or nest boxes? Our Rangers lived all summer outside in a range shelter without high roosts or nest boxes. When they were young they preferred to sleep on the floor all bunched up. Recently we put them in a coop with nest boxes 24" off the floor and roosts 36" off the floor. The cockerel and three pullets sleep on the roost, and three pullets bed down on the floor. All the eggs are found on the floor--none of the girls use the nest box though I've left eggs in there for them to get the idea. I know they're heavy but not too heavy to fly a few feet, and all the pullets are lighter than the hefty cockerel that gets up on the roost.