Hello everyone. We're planning on moving the ducks from their first coop (the wood is starting to rot inside) to a new coop in the same enclosure. The new coop is vertical (the old was horizontal), but has a ramp to get into and out of, because it's attached to a small trailer to be easily moved. I know firsthand that our ducks don't like things that aren't routine (like when we move their pool somewhere else!), so I'm wondering if you have any advice on getting them to adapt to, and go into, their new coop. We are planning on moving them in tomorrow. We are going to put them in their normal coop, and then when they're inside, catch them and bring them to the new coop (easier than chasing them around in 3 feet of snow and ice!). They will get treats and all that night to help them relax to the change. We are getting a nasty blizzard with high winds Sunday night into Monday and so probably won't open the door for their own safety. Any advice on 'ramp training' them? They have never, ever, used a ramp before... And any other advice or insight would be appreciated..