I have six chickens, 18 weeks old. They have been roosting for quite a long time now. I end up going out to the coop after they have all settled in to be sure everyone is up on the roost. There is usually one particular chicken that is not on the roost, but standing on the poop board instead. She is the bottom chicken and instead of just taking an available spot at the end of the roost, she is trying to get in a spot where someone else is. I usually end up just pushing everyone over a little bit so she can perch in the spot she wants, but I think in doing this I have created a bad habit for her. Fall is coming and winter will soon be following and there is no way I am making my way down the icy hill in my backyard to rearrange chickens. I am thinking I should just stop doing it tonight and everyone will figure it out on their own. It just makes me sad to see her alone on the poop board. Of note: None of my chickens are aggressive or particularly mean to her and I have never seen anyone peck anybody so I don't worry for anyone's safety. What would you do?