So I've introduced younger pullets into my flock every year with no real issues. No major bullying. I've been fortunate! This year, I only raised 4 sweethearts and I decided to raise them outside with the big girls. They have had their own quarantined section within the coop/run. I was expecting that integrating them would be even easier, since they've been able to interact from 2 weeks old. They are almost the same size as my hens, so I've been trying to coax them out of their enclosure for some supervised interaction, but they will not leave. In the past, I've had young pullets racing to get out of their enclosure and run around with the big girls. Not these scaredy chickens! They want nothing to do with it. One of my hens was a bully and pushed her way into their enclosure when I was cleaning, and I think she scared them. So, any tips/suggestions? I've tried taking them out to roost at night. They weren't having it. I've tried leaving the door open and providing enticing treats. Didnt work. I know they will be so much happier when they have more space, as they are getting pretty big. But they just wont "leave the nest".