My friend gave me two 1 y.o. hens and a rooster. Their previous home had a coop, a fenced run, and they were allowed to free range at times. We have them in our coop, which is really big (15x24). We have no run in place yet, just a broken down chicken tractor that needs repair and 12 acres full or grass and bugs! They have been in since Monday night, and are itching to get out. There is a pop door on the outside wall (the coop is in a barn) and a regular sized door on the side, which I can get in by. This is only about 10 feet from the big barn doors to the outside. Have they been here long enough to consider the coop home? Do I let the pop door open and just see what happens? And how in the world do I get them inside at night? They love Cheerios, so I think I could use that as a treat to get them in the regular sized door. Should I leave some water inside the big barn doors- so it doesn't ge too warm in the sun? Or bring their regular waterer outside their coop? Would it be better to let them out later in the day, so they aren't wandering all over the place? And how far can I expect them to roam? thanks!