I have two coops. A little A-frame that my EE's and Cochin live in and a big coop that my GSL's live in. But the A-frame dwellers are ready to move in with the big chickens. However, I have a problem with the roosts The GSL's like to smush onto the round roost, but if I put the little ones on the rectangular roost they's get pecked since they would be right in front of the GSL's faces. But that's not the only problem with my roosts The roosts are too high. And my chickens like to go on the roosts as late as possible. But if it's too dark, they have some trouble getting onto the roosts. And even when it's light they sometimes slip and fall off when they try to jump up. The roosts are a about 3 or 3.5 feet above the bottom of the coop. There'a a window facing the setting sun right in front of their roosts, but they still have trouble getting up. Any ideas on where I should put the roosts? I want to have one roost a bit father apart than others for the little ones to sleep on at first where they can't get pecked. Here's what I'm thinking: What do you think?