Hi I posted in August about my chickens not wanting to roost together. They appeared to have resolved the problem but now that the weather has turned colder they are at it again. For a few weeks now my two new ones (now 8months old) are sleeping on the floor underneath the roost just at the top of the ramp where there is no bedding. When I go out at night and put them up on the roost they just get shoved off again. My concern is that the one at the bottom of the pecking order has started a molt and her neck is pretty bare except for pin feathers (she does not have mites and there is no feather picking- I have checked). Our nights are getting down into the teens and it is typical to have single digits where I live in the winter. Should I leave her alone to sleep where she is or should I continue to try to find a solution to this roosting problem? I have five hens and 6 ft of roost. I would appreciate any suggestions. This is my first winter trying to put new birds in my flock.