I'm needing some advice. My six week old chicks are giving me some issues still with going in for the night. I've read some of the advice others have gotten to get their chicks to go in but none of it has worked for these rebellious teens. We're still having issues getting all of them to go in and stay in. We have 41 chicks, of which there may be 30 who will start to go in to roost or huddle under the heat lamp on their own, and when the rest of these wily 'teens' are being rebellious and staying out way past their bedtime and it's gotten dark out, we fairly easuly can find them as they are now all huddled under the coop having their own little party (it's so dark they don't even see us coming for them), and when we put them in the coop, the ones who were content to be in decide to sneak back out on us. Maybe the trouble is that we have 41 'teens' all with a mind of their own and who think mom and dad don't know anything. Any advice on what we can do to help them see that mom and dad are just doing what's best for them by trying to keep them safe would greatly be appreciated.