When I came home tonight I found my SLW rooster and the bottom of the pecking order EE laying on the ground of the run under the coop. The BO and BA were asleep inside the coop. They've been going in fine for a couple of weeks so I wonder what happened tonight? I have noticed that usually the EE goes in first because if she's last the other sometimes aren't kind to let her in easily. Is it possible that she couldn't get in so she slept on the ground and then the rooster who usually is tight with the alpha hen BA just wasn't going to leave her alone or am I attributing human kinds of thoughts to chickens? I put the rooster in the coop by pushing him through the pop door, then picked up Benedict and brought her around to the big front door and set her inside up on a roost. The others have been chicken piling on the floor no matter what I do. Thoughts? I'm about to head out of town for a few days and don't want to be worried while I'm away. The coop is VERY secure, but I'd still feel better if they were in a more comfortable place to sleep.