I'm pretty new to raising chickens. I've had two since this summer. I've looked over a lot of posts and gotten a lot of good info. So, I have 2 huge chickens. They are "rescues" and I didn't realize how big they'd get if I left food out all the time. OOPS! I recently starting leaving their feeders open about an hour in the morning and giving them a small snack in the afternoon hoping they might slim down or at least not get any bigger. I believe they are cornish X or something like that. They are really big and they have never used the roost in the run and have never been in the coop besides when I put them in there. They did sort of fly out, but I worried they would break their legs since they are so big. We made another ramp to the coop that is longer and they still won't use it. I haven't tried a light in there yet, but that will be something I'll try soon. I have tried food in the coop and tried putting food on the steps and they ramp, but they just eat what they can reach and that's it. It has been getting cold at night and I'd like for them to go in the coop and use it, but is it too late? Will they ever use it, or should I try to make some kind of nest box for them to use inside the run? We made them a nice coop with two levels of roosts and a nest box, etc. that they have never used and roosts outside too, but they seem to be stuck to the ground. They stay inside the run right now because our yard isn't completely fenced in yet.