We are facing a bit of a problem with our 9-10 week olds. They are getting too big to fit comfy (and stay clean) in the hutch and everyone's advice was to keep them seperate from the big ladies in the coop (They are 18 weeks) until they are the same size. The babies are 9-11 weeks old. They are in a rabbit hutch, with a bulb on only when it drops below 50 or so...the light keeps it in the 50s. Since we can't put them in the coop with the big girls and they are getting too confined in the hutch, any suggestions? I think we may have some materials to put together something simple. If anyone has pictures of an in between place-for the larger babies- they've made for prior to the coop, please send them our way. These will be all the chickens we ever have so building a 2nd coop or anything elaborate is out of the question...we can't afford it. We are also trying to figure out why all their heads are twitching (I posted in diseases, etc if anyone wants to help). Thanks everyone! I love BYC!