Hi all, I have 3 BPR and 2 Red Stars that are 20 weeks and 4 faverolles that are 17 weeks. The faverolles were added to the flock once they were around 7-8 weeks (the hatchery ended up shipping in two batches, so we were stuck integrating the flocks). For the most part, they all get along fine now, roost together, etc. But the faverolles rarely leave the coop to go into the run (when we first integrated, they were enclosed in a subsection of the coop). The older girls spend all day in the run and only come into the coop to sleep and when I'm cleaning to investigate. The favs play in the nest boxes and kick all the bedding out of them fairly regularly but I haven't seen the older girls interested in the nest boxes. We have yet to see any "practice nesting" from the older girls and I'm worried that they don't have enough privacy with all the faverolles dominating the coop all day. Does anyone have experience with a similar situation? Any advice? We're debating kicking the faverolles out of the coop for a few days and allowing the older girls to better explore the nest boxes. I've also considered that they may just not be old enough yet. They were born early May, so they are definitely in the "may not lay the first year" camp since the days are getting shorter. Thanks for your insights! This is my first year with chickens!