Our two buckeyes refuse to go in the coop at night. It's been in the negative teens at night with extra wind chill and they will do anything possible to avoid going inside. This is a new issue as they've never 'not 'wanted to go in and aren't getting picked on. Now I'm not so worried about them freezing to death since they're tough and intelligent and they go in the barn (where there's hay) but I'm more worried about them getting grabbed by a fox, since someone reported seeing one the other day. I managed to catch them with food today and shut the coop with them in it (they were hungry and thirsty but surprisingly, despite being 0 degrees and very windy, were not shivering or cold). The buckeyes are very tough and always hang out together but I don't want them out at night when there's a fox in the neighborhood. Any advice on changing this behavior? Just having them out at night increases the chance of a fox seeing them as an easy target and sticking around.