Any ideas on how to encourage my five guineas to go in to the coop at night? It's getting colder and I want them to go in for the night but I just can't get them to go. They're in the same run as 24 BSL pullets and there doesn't seem to be any problems between them and the BSLs. The guineas and pullets are all about 20 weeks old by now. We have a large 4x8 coop within the confines of a covered and fenced in run but they'd rather roost up on a long pole that goes across the back corner of the run. I'd left one of the front doors of the coop open the other night and they flew up on it and roosted there when I came to check on them after dark. I was able to pick one up from the door and put her in the coop but when I turned back around to get another one they all flew off to other parts of the run and I wasn't able to catch another one. Meanwhile the one I put in the coop popped back out. After I left and came back they were back up on their roosting pole over in the back corner. It's going to get too cold for them to be out all night long pretty soon. We live here in central NC and it rarely gets down in the low teens but it will get below freezing a lot of nights this winter. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.