Here is the situation. I purchased a purebred Anatolian Sheperd female puppy back in November. I asked for the shyest pup in the litter, but the gal met me half-way, so I have no idea if my instructions were followed. Since then, the pup has developed the habit of chasing the sheep she's supposed to protect! We first put a drag on her, then put her on a cable out of the sheep's pasture and in with the ducks and chickens. She is FINE with poultry; no chase, totally ignores them. She IS bonded to livestock. When she got loose today (we were gone) she dug under the fence to get IN with the sheep. We came home to one newborn ewe lamb that had been dragged through the dirt, and another, bigger ewe lamb with a gimpy leg. I don't think the newborn is going to make it. Now, if anyone wants a guardian dog just for poultry, she would be wonderful. Ideally, the person who would want her would keep her entire long enough to breed to my big male. I would then get the pick of the litter, and the new owner would get the rest of the litter to sell. We are in Northwestern Indiana, near Crawfordsville. Pm me if you would be interested in a poultry guardian.