So my chickens moved out to the coop about 2 weeks ago and they're still not sleeping on their roosting poles. The first few nights they slept all huddled together in one of the nesting boxes, and I let them, thinking it was okay since they were scared. But now, it has gone on for too long! The past week, I've been going out after dark and physically placing them on the roosting bar. They stay there all night if I do that. However, I've been having to do this EVERY night and they're still not catching on. I have even gone as far as completely removing the nesting boxes, but now they're just huddling in the corner practically on top of one another. The roosting bar is a 2 x 4 and they don't seem to have any problem with it. It's not to high, so they can jump up on it easily and its the highest thing inside of the coop. Also, if it matters, they are 10 weeks old. I figured they should eventually figure it out on their own, but I keep hearing that it's bad for them to sleep where they nest. What should i do? Thanks!