I have 15 8 week old chicks in one tractor and 2 hens in another. the baby tractor is not set up for nest boxes, only roosting space. My hens have now decided they want to lay their eggs in the baby coop, nestling down into the bedding--among the poop from above. Any ideas on how to break this habit? It's funny--I go out and open both tractors early in the morning and a couple hours later will see a hen herding the babies into the hens tractor and one hen heading into the baby space. Shortly, they trade places until both have laid and egg and the babies have been kept away. Cute, but messy eggs. The usual nest boxes are clean, dry, bug-free, fresh nesting material and are private. I don't really want to create a poop board to cover the spot in the baby coop, but can do it if I have to.