I need some advice here...again. I work all day and my husband works nights so I have to put the girls into the coop by 7pm before I go to bring hubby his dinner. I have been rounding them up every night and putting them into the coop for almost 2 weeks but they still give me the run around..literally. I dont want to chase them and feel like I am terrorizing them every night but I dont want to wait until I get back home at 8:30 to find out they are all still outside and then I have to do it in the dark. I also don't want to leave them outside to themselves in case of attacks. Our run is quite secure but I am a worrier. Today I let them out all day and shut the pop door so they did not have access, tonite I will open the pop door and hope that they will just want in so much they will go right in. If this doesn't work what is another way to get them to go in by themselve? Our intentions are to put in an automatic door but we want to make sure they all have the idea of going in by themselves before we do that. We already have the motor and setup for that. Any advice and suggestions would be appreciated. But not feeding my husband is not going to work, this is the only time we see each other during the day.