Saturday afternoon my husband completed the roof on the chicken coop and it is all done. I moved my brooder coup out into the run with the plan of continuing supervised play dates but with the little ones in constant view. Sadly Saturday evening, my husband died unexpectedly at 55 years old. For a couple of days I tried to continue the supervising them when I could, but everybody was spending too much time in the coup and not enough time in the run as my time to supervise has been extremely limited. So today I decided to just let them all out at the same time and let them work it out and it will be what it is. I hope I don't regret this decision, I just can't follow my carefully constructed integration plan at this time. The little chicks are 5 weeks old, the big chicks are 14 weeks old now I think. There has been some pecking and bullying in the past that's why I was taking it slow, but I've not seen any blood or feathers, but that has been while they are being supervised. Are they going to be okay? Will they survive establishing the pecking order?