I have turned out our 4.5 week olds into the run, but they aren't going into their coop on their own at night. They ball up next to their feeder and I have to go out every evening to pick them up and put them in. Is there any way to encourage them to go in on their own? I don't mind checking on them. It gives me the opportunity to make sure all's well, but I feel like I missed something. General Information: The coop is temporary. A converted ex-large dog house with roosts inside. We are in the process of building their permanent home. There is a white light heat lamp in there but it's not too hot. Maybe 70 degrees. Could it be too bright? I put treats in there... are they waiting for me to come out with treats? hmmm... I do put pine shavings in there for them to snuggle up in. Would love your input.