Ok. So this spring I decided to get 6 new chickens to add to my old flock of 5 for a grand total of 11. I raised the chicks in my garage until they where large enough to go outside. Which at that point in time I separated my existing run into two parts and built a temporary coop for the new chicks. (basically a dog house with some roosting bars). So I basically had two runs with two coops. I allowed over a month for the new girls to see the big girls before allowing them all out to free range together. Most of the big girls tolerate the younger hens but I’ve got two golden comets, blanch and Sofia that still attack the younger hens any chance they get. I’m at a point now where I really need to get the younger girls into the big coop as there’s not enough room in the dog house, and no nesting boxes in there. I’ve tried licking the smaller coop at bed time to see if the younger ones will go into the big coop, but they all decide to roost on top of the dog house. Should I just go ahead and sneak all the little girls into the big coop at night and see what happens. I really don’t want two coops. Thanks.