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First they did this:

Then they did this:

They were ticked off at me for locking them in the backyard. Lol.
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They don't do it with malicious intentions.     Nature tell them to scratch and seek out insects.    Since I have chickens, my insect population is kind of under control.   I don't let them tear up my flower garden as much as possible.    Thinking of sending them to  behavior school.?? :lau

 

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Lol!
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They don't do it with malicious intentions.     Nature tell them to scratch and seek out insects.    Since I have chickens, my insect population is kind of under control.   I don't let them tear up my flower garden as much as possible.    Thinking of sending them to  behavior school.?? lau.gif

AND  welcome-byc.gif


A reform school for chickens, a good idea. Lol. Yes, it is in the nature of a chicken to scratch out bugs, I will be glad of it in the summer I guess. :b for the moment though..my poor garden! Guess I will put up a border and see if that persuades them to scratch elsewhere. Thanks for the welcome! smile.png
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They don't do it with malicious intentions.     Nature tell them to scratch and seek out insects.    Since I have chickens, my insect population is kind of under control.   I don't let them tear up my flower garden as much as possible.    Thinking of sending them to  behavior school.?? :lau

 

AND  :welcome

Let us know if you find a reform school for them!    :lol:

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Let us know if you find a reform school for them!    lol.png


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Let us know if you find a reform school for them!    :lol:


Well, I researched it a little  and this is what I found.

Tyson has a pilot program  that they claim has great  success rate.  100% graduation rate as well.   They claim that after the course, the chickens voluntarily choose not to return to their previous owners.  I don't always believe everything I read.   Their claim puts many questions and doubts in my mind.   Purdue has a similar program, but I did not investigate it in depth.. :gig

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Well, I researched it a little  and this is what I found.

Tyson has a pilot program  that they claim has great  success rate.  100% graduation rate as well.   They claim that after the course, the chickens voluntarily choose not to return to their previous owners.  I don't always believe everything I read.   Their claim puts many questions and doubts in my mind.   Purdue has a similar program, but I did not investigate it in depth.. :gig

:gig  Good one!   ;)

mom of 8 kids,  3 dogs,  10 cats, 11 hens, 1 goose, 1 duck  and the most loving, patient hubby, who puts up with me!!

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gig.gif   Good one!   wink.png
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