One week ago, I bought 7 Bantams that are all about the same age as my first batch of 4 standard size females. I decided to put them together after dusting them and making sure that all looked healthy. I put them in the coop and there they have stayed. They have attempted to go out side and a couple of them have been successful hanging around the door to the coop but they go back in with any disturbance around them. The others are still coop bound. The big hens come in at night and they all sleep fine together. The lowest standard size hen on the totem pole goes in and out of the coop all day. She sometimes gives a little poke to the smaller Bantams but in general, she seems to just want to make sure they don't have anything that she doesn't. It has only been a week and no one has hurt anyone. It never seems to go further than chasing but it is enough to send them right back into the coop. The run is 20ft x20ft. and there are a total of eleven birds. The coop is the amish built 5x8 so it is large enough to hold a lot of chickens. OK, that is the background.........now how do I get them all outside together? The weather here in KY is just beautiful and even though I have all the doors and vents open so they do get a lot of fresh air and even some sun in the coop, I would like to see them getting along outside together. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I also grab one of them at a time and sit holding them outside for a while and talk to them reassuringly.