Hey, all. I've read through a few threads on integrating chicks with older birds, but I've found myself in a slightly different situation. Our "old" birds are 6-7 weeks old, looking and acting like chickens and not baby chicks anymore. They've had full access to the coop and run for about three weeks now and are starting to feel at home. Then I went into TSC for some wood shavings and came out with half a dozen golf-ball sized bantam chicks. They're hanging out in the house, in their little Rubbermaid tub brooder, getting loved up by my kids all day long. Thoughts on integrating teeny birds with teenager-y birds? I think we'll probably keep the bantams in the house for a while, yet, but I imagine I'll want to get them outside in another 3 weeks. That seems to be my limit on chickens in the house Our "coop" is actually an old barn; the chickens have access to two rooms which are approximately 12x12 each, and the run is probably 4x the size of the coop interior. I've got plenty of space to work with, just need some ideas on how to make it work, especially given that the new guys are going to be so much smaller than the "big" birds. Thanks!