Last week I bought 4 Rhode Island Red 20 week old pullets, from a commercial breeder. They won't come out of their coop. I have a two storey coop, which has a nesting boxes, and roosts upstairs and a wire mesh area downstairs. Occasionally they will come through the trapdoor into the bottom area (maybe they fall down the hole - it's not far), but they fly back up again. I don't want them to be feeding inside the coop as ultimately I want them to be freerange. Their feed is in the bottom level, along with the water. So, should I be pushing them out of the coop each morning, and blocking the doorway back in?