I'm stumped as how to best integrate my eight teenage pullets (11 weeks old) with my six adult hens. They've all been the same coop for two months, with a wire and plywood wall separating them. I started opening the baby door into the main coop about three weeks ago, which means that the chickens can mingle during the day. That rarely happens, though, as the hens go outside and the pullets hang out inside. They do come out into the main coop but run back into their area when the hens come back inside. And they still sleep in a heap on the floor rather than roosting. I have a very mixed flock. The adults are white leghorn, EE, salmon faverolle, silver wyandotte, red star, and black jersey. The teenagers are white leghorn, EE, barred rock, and two bantam silkies. I'm most worried about the silkies because they're so much smaller. My standard size teenagers are almost the same size as the big girls. I was thinking of pulling the wall down this weekend and hoping for the best, but not sure if I need to give it more time? I can create a few hidey holes for the silkes that only they can get into if it helps. Any advice on how it's worked for you is appreciated!