Hi folks--I live in the country on 6 acres in central Texas. I've never had chickens because I work in the city, an hour away, and realized I wouldn't have time to take care of them. But now I'm semi-retired and I'm home more often, and recently 2 stray chickens have taken up residence on my property. They seem young, a hen & rooster. I have several neighbors who raise chickens and I've asked if anyone's missing them, no one claims them. It's still warm here, but it will get cold at some point. For the time being, they hunt for food all day and roost high up in the pines. I kind of want to adopt them and build them a coop so they can be safe and sheltered at night. They come up to me when I bring out food, so I don't think it would be hard to get them in a coop at night. Has anyone ever turned wandering homeless chickens into coop chickens? Any advice? Should I put a nesting box in the coop for the hen? Thanks for any words of wisdom!