Hi there everyone....so with my new flock, I ended up with 5 roosters and 9 hens....(all were supposed to be pullets...but) anyhoo....when the Roos starting crowing I knew it was time to get rid of them, as I wanted to avoid the fighting and over sexing of my hens, one of my friends offered to do a swap, Roos for hens....YAY! Well, I brought 4 new hens home with me, put them in with my current ladies.....two of the new ladies, have become the flock leaders, so to speak...but the other two, will not get down from the nesting boxes at all!! They act like they are absolutely terrified. All are close to same age, 4 months.....I have resorted to putting feed up there for them along with a small watering dish...as they won't get down and it has been a week now. And, I have a window right over the nesting box, which I can see them in...as well as sneaking out to see if they are at least on the floor......So....what can I do, I feel so bad for them and they really act terrified....Please give me some advice on what to do, someone said oh they are chickens they will be fine....yes, they are chickens, but I love all my ladies and would really love to see them outdoors, or even anywhere in the coop other than the nest boxes!!!! Help!!!!