Winter is approaching, it's getting cold fast. I have 2 muscovy ducks who are 4 months old and 2 Cayguas who are 7 months old. From the get to, I've had to wrangle the ducks to put them away at night. I eventually gave up, they have a nice large (predator proof) run that they feel safe enough in at night. Well when my Muscovies were old enough to go outside, they right away started putting themselves away. I thought the Cayguas would follow suit, I was wrong. Even with the cold wet weather here, they still aren't going in their coop. Their coop is about 2.5' off the ground and they prefer to sleep under it. I'm thinking about just closing it off and hoping they'll go in there. Or is there something I can do to get them in the coop at night. Right now, I'm not closing the door to the coop behind the Muscovies in case the Cayguas finally decide to go in, but soon, really soon, I'm going to have to. I feel bad locking them away from warmth and safety from the wind and snow etc. I also have 2 ameracauna mixes, 2 Amber links, 1 buff orpington and 1 isa brown. They're all good chickens and put themselves away each night. Also, what's everyone's take on light for heat and light for extra light in the coops?