Today I picked up two new hens. They are about 12-16 weeks old. They look to be about the same size as one of our full grown hens. How do I introduce them to my flock!?!? I brought them home and simply let them out to free range with my rooster and other two hens. The rooster tried to "herd" them but the "senior hens" clearly rejected them. When the rooster and senior hens went to the coop for the night we managed to catch the two new hens (who were roosting in a pine tree in the back yard). They are currently locked in a small dog crate in the house. My question is what now?! I should've reached out for help prior to bringing them home but did not have time. They either came home with me or became someone's dinner any advice on the best way to safely introduce these two girls into my flock and get them to understand that the coop is where they sleep (not a pine tree) would be appreciated greatly! I'm not sure how long to "quarantine" them for or how to get the other chickens to accept them as friends These two ladies are very clean and nice looking Gold Stars. Our current flock consists of one Black Australorp Roo, one buff Orpington hen and one Golden Comet hen. (The golden comet was VERY displeased with the new chickens) Thanks in advance for any advice!