I've read all the posts about integrating new birds with older ones and decided to go ahead and move my young ones in the coop/run with the older ones. My 5 week olds had outgrown their brooder and were starting to pick on one another so even I though I should have waited I went ahead and did it. I did put some propped up boards that they could hide under if they needed to. I also moved them at night into the coop. This morning, my 4 older chickens were ready to be let out and didn't act like they noticed them that much. Today, I've gone out and checked on them and the older ones are staying in the run and the 6 younger ones are staying in the coop. I have noticed that occasionally one of the elders will go in and rush them and get them to scatter and then go back outside. So have I lucked out that it's gone so easy or can I expect more bad behavior?