I have two 2 month old hens who haven't been accepted into the flock, (3 six month old hens). During the day I keep them all in the run together until my three older lay. During this time my 2 month old chicks mostly hide or keep their distance from the older three because my older three hens chase and peck them every so often. After the three older ones lay I turn them loose to free range, leaving the younger two in the run to keep them safe from the neighbor cat. In the evening I take scratch out to the run, letting the older three in. After they get their fill on scratch they walk up the ramp and tuck themselves in for the night. The younger two fly onto a pole I hang their feeder from under the coop and they try to sleep their at night. It's okay weather for now, but in another month or so they will need to be in the coop. Winters in Ohio can be pretty harsh from time to time. So, every night I pick them up off of the roost and put them into the coop myself and shut the door. In the morning I open the door and out they all come to start the whole process over again. How do I get these two younger chicks to want to go into the coop for the night? Am I doing something wrong? All advice welcome. Thanks.