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Lol yah, lol she got my two year old stealing cat food for her lol i have to keep a sharp eye for those two. Poor dog lol he/she just hungry.
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I used to have a little hen I called Amy who would peck at boots that had been left outside the house so I started giving her food when she did it and got the hang of it quite quickly, fast forward to this year I thought I'd give it a go with my young Light Sussex and after a little while I had one of them pecking my boots for food! She does it every morning now and gets rather frustrated if you dont give her her reward straight away! 

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I used to have a little hen I called Amy who would peck at boots that had been left outside the house so I started giving her food when she did it and got the hang of it quite quickly, fast forward to this year I thought I'd give it a go with my young Light Sussex and after a little while I had one of them pecking my boots for food! She does it every morning now and gets rather frustrated if you dont give her her reward straight away! 

That's so cool!  It's amazing that they are so smart they have to train us first before we catch on, it seems!

post #14 of 19
Lol thats so true, until these chickens i have never really cared for birds lol now i am obsessed with them(chickens only).
post #15 of 19

Leghorns working for their breakfast

 

 

post #16 of 19

awwww that's an adorable video. You must be a good mom to those lucky girls.

post #17 of 19

Thank you for sharing … the video is great!

 

Yep, I have never doubted how clever chickens are; mine have me very well trained ;)

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'There is No snooze button on a chicken who wants breakfast'

 

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My Chicken Page: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/bambrook-bantams

 

Teila's Tales from the Coop: http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1109051/teilas-tales-from-the-coop

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Bambrook Bantams; Home to Cilla, Dusty, LuLu, Blondie and Crystal

 

'There is No snooze button on a chicken who wants breakfast'

 

'Until One Has Loved An Animal, Part Of Their Soul Remains Unawakened'

 

My Chicken Page: http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/bambrook-bantams

 

Teila's Tales from the Coop: http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/1109051/teilas-tales-from-the-coop

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Leghorns working for their breakfast

 

 

 

They love the attention!  The "real" smart ones are waiting for crumbs to fall, haha! :) 

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Thank you for sharing … the video is great!

 

Yep, I have never doubted how clever chickens are; mine have me very well trained ;)

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They are definitely smarter than people think, and have a natural instinct on how to train their humans :)

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Attention:  loads of contests to enter, pick your favorites and join the fun: post #1

 

 

Raising Hens in Georgia!  Limited experience, but a lot of opinions.  

Reintegrating a Recovered Hen to a Small Flock:

Don't be Chicken, Even a Cat Can Bake a Gingerbread House

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