Ok, so a little background information..... My dad does games/rides at fairs ect and was ordering chicks to be prizes for them. I DO NOT agree with this and have since talked him into inflatable prizes!(Go Me!) He had thirteen 4 week old golden comet chicks "left over" back in May, which he called and asked if I wanted. I had just decided to get chickens, so I agreed to take them in! Then I got 4 adult chickens, 1 Buff Cochin rooster, 2 B.Cochin hens and 1 B.Orphington hen. A few days after I got them my dad called me and said he had 8 black chicks that were too old for him. So I ended up with them as well! Everyone has been in quarantine since then up until this week, when I started integrating everyone! So far everything has gone ok except for 2 of the black chicks refuse to have anything to do with any of the other chickens except each other. They have a peck or be pecked outlook, and will attack and then run from even the big B.Orphington, who is most definitely at the top of the pecking order! The biggest problem is that they REFUSE to go into the coop with the other chickens, and prefer to use my "hospital/quarantine" coop. I have tried everything I know to get them into the coop with the rest of the chickens, even closing the door to the H.coop and leaving it closed. Unfortunately, they will roost outside the door, and even when I try to get them to put them into the big coop, they run for the hills! I haven't been able to touch them since I put them in the coop for the first time! Does anyone have any suggestions? Edited to add: Letting them use the smaller coop wouldn't be a problem except that I have another batch of chicks from my dad that are almost 2 weeks old that will be going into it when they are old enough to transition out of the brooder.