Originally Posted by DaisyBird
I eventually figured out her hiding spots so it was only an issue for the first couple days. And as for training, I didn't really have to do much. She would naturally let me know if she had to go if I was holding her or if she was on the bed. She would mostly just do her business in her cage with a few accidents on the floor here and there. It wasn't a huge mess or anything. Hopefully my next chickens are the same way!
That's good. When I brought my chicks home,there's the one that I showed you before named Canelita. When she was a few weeks old, we noticed that she would stand on her tip toes and try to look outside of the brooder box. Well, when we were away one night, she made it out, and when we came home she was running around the loving room.😲😲😝😉🐤🙌 Pretty soon she had taught most of the other chicks how to do it too! 😝😲😝😉🐤🐤🙌🙌 But she always loved to sit on the side of the box and look at what we were doing. When she was in one side of the box, and I was on the other side looking at them, she would walk over and position herself right in my face so that she could be next to me.I was always afraid that when she looked at me right in the eye, she would try to peck my eye! But I never worry anymore because she never even thinks about it!I love her so very very much and now she lays an egg every day!🙌🐔 The chicks always had telltale signs that they were about to do their business. They would like put their shoulders inward and look at you funny and then a few seconds later, plop! 😲😲 They don't do it anymore though. Which makes it kind of hard when they want to sit on my lap, because they can just poop right on me. But normally they get off. They've got chicken common sense! 🙌🐔🙌😉😝