My pullets are getting close to laying and we want to be prepared. While it is still good weather, should we build a run so they are contained for awhile? We have 31 birds that sleep in a 10x12 repurposed shed. All day they free range. I know this is dangerous, but we've been lucky and like the arrangement. We are concerned that the girls will lay their eggs wherever they are in the yard. Our yard is 5 acres, and sometimes they wander onto the neighbors yards (no one minds). We don't want a daily egg hunt. We are in southern ohio. As the weather gets colder, will they free-range closer to the coop? Will they naturally lay in the coop since they sleep there? We get cold here, but not consistent, and not too much snow. Thanks in advance for your suggestions. I love all the info I get from this website!