I know everyone said to wait, but the little guys were so crowded in that brooder box it was getting cruel. So, I closed the door and let the little guys get used to their new home, again. 'Cause I had let them out one day last week. Then, I opened the door after a couple of hours--and the girls were only too curious to know why they had been 'shut out'! It was great! One of the leghorn gals are always the first in the door; so in she walks. Instantly, one of the wheat colored little one came right up to her!! They stared at one another for a full 15 seconds! Then, the leghorn turn aside and lost interest. Perfect, huh?!! A couple more hens & roosters looked in; ran at the little ones a couple of steps, then went back outside! They showed even less interest at bedtime. They claimed their places and everyone settled in for the night. The little gals on the floor in shavings under the lamp! I know it is not through. I know there are positions to be established. But! It wasn't bad, perhaps because the brooder box was right there. Every time I changed the kids water--which was often as large as they were--and since there were 15 of them! The big kids were looking in on, and hearing every peep!!! It's only 20 degrees this morning, so the little ones stayed in after the big kids went out. I plan to have an area in the run where the 'positions' can be established safely!!!!