So, I'm starting over again, bought a small farm, and rehabbed a large chicken coop on the property. We decided on roll out boxes to keep the eggs cleaner than what I used to have. We just brought home 4, 11 month old silver laced wyandottes yesterday, 3 hens, and a very laid back rooster. The hens are not used to the roll outs, and are laying eggs in the corner of the coop, in the shavings. What is a good way to get them using the new boxes? I have been putting each of them in the boxes to let them check things out, and today, I put an egg shaped rock in there to hopefully encourage them. It's only the 2nd day. Any other suggestions? Thanks!