I know I made a big mistake but can't undo it. Here's the issues: 1) I just moved a young hatch of turkeys and momma into our chicken tractor which, until I closed the doors, used to be the roost and coop for my mature flock (3 australorps & a silver laced wyandotte). 2) I built a permanent coop for my young flock (14 weeks- 4 delaware crosses, 1 barred rock, 1 RIR, and 1 black sexlink) and they've been using it for about 3 weeks. 3) Both flocks have been co-mingling/free-ranging now and have worked through their issues. However, the old flock a)won't use the nestboxes and b)have refused to go into the coop 2 nites in a row. What I've tried: Well, I didn't save any eggs but I pulled the golfballs and transplanted them along with the next box materials into the new coop. I've picked up and placed the old flock into the coop and onto the nests several times periodically throughout the day. And each night, I've had to pick them up after dusk and take them into the coop (to secure it from feral cats and other preds). Its been super hot and egg production has been down but I haven't been able to find any eggs in 2 days. Can't figure out where they're laying them. Apologies for the long post, but I'm reaching out for any suggestions... Thank you!