At my wife's encourging I bought a young polish mix rooster at an auction a little more than six weeks ago. I kept him isolated from the rest of my flock for four weeks before I put him in with the girls. Being the only roo he was quickly accepted by the girls. During the day he hangs out with everyone and freqeuntly goes in and out of the coop because that is where the food and water are. When I let them out to free range he hangs out with the older girls and when dusk falls and all the girls head into the coop he stays outside on the roost in the run. Every evening either myself or one of my sons have to go out and physicaly put him inside the coop. The other night my son said that he had icicles on him when he picked him up to put him inside. Also he wont get up on the roost inside the coop unless you put him up on it but he has no problems getting to the highest roost out in the run..........So what can I do to get him to go in on his own?