Hello! I've got 5 chickens that are now 21 weeks old. One or two of them (not sure yet) started laying eggs at 20 weeks. I found the eggs not in the nesting boxes but in the corner of the coop nestled in straw, under their roosting bars. Question--should I move the nesting boxes there so if they are picking that spot (for privacy etc) at least it will be clean? To piggyback on this q, I noticed a chicken now sleeping in that spot last night, under the roosting bars and where the first 3 eggs were laid. I can't imagine that is good, since the coop is small (just enough space for 5 birds) and there is definitely poop on most of the floor of the coop. This morning when I went out to open the coop, I noticed 3 birds on on the ground. So to piggyback on this (again--haha)--I have not replaced the first 2 roosting bars I put in there originally. One is a tree branch, the other a broom handle. They are not big, as in thick/fat, but the birds have really grown, do I need to put fatter bars in there (maybe that is why they woudn't roost all night?) Can a roosting bar be too skinny for a full grown bird? Thank you for listening and your advice!