I have three sets of hens. During the day I have three seperate groups of birds. 1st is 9 hens and a roo, who camp out under some shrubs, 2nd are 6, 18 week old ameracaunas with thier buddies the two Guineas camp out under a different shrub, 3rd are 9 New Hampshire Red hens and thier roo ( 21 weeks old ) stay in the hen house. Two problems have arisen. The birds staying in the henhouse want to roost in the nests. Big problem! Do I physically move them out, or must I file eviction papers, which takes much longer. 2nd problem is the heat. The heat index today is 111 degrees, with next week expected to be around 115 all week. Is there a good way to get the group to move out of the henhouse as tho others have done. On occasion I will find one or two of the NHR out with the older hens. As to the heat I have a fan in the HH, a fan pulling air out of the HH, and a rooftop wind turbine to help pull the heat out throught the ceiling and then on out throught the roof. All suggestions accepted.