My 9 week old pullets are like teenagers that have a curfew and know deep down that they need their sleep but are rebelling against it! Around teh time when they should be going into their henhouse they squawk and squawk--then I go out to encourage them to go up their ramp and they look to me like I'm their mommy..they'll go up the ramp and then back down again. I put some of them in just to see if that would encourage the rest to go in, and nope, they come right back down. If i end up putting them all in and closing up the coop, they sit there and cry at the door---some of them calm down but the others are squawking to get out again. Then they all calm down and go to sleep. Should I be waiting longer until closer to absolute dark to see what they will do? They're so noisy, I'm afraid my neighbors will complain. It's about 8:00 when they do this, 8:15ish. I have a feeling they'll figure out the ramp eventually and all go in but it's just so darn noisy. any advice? BTDT?