Ok...here's a strange question, but I was wondering if they had issues with being hauled from one place to another overnight. I know you folks that show birds, must have to take them places and leave them overnight. Do they adjust to that ok? We are members of a historical reenactment group and we have events at our own site and at other club's sites where we set up a primitve camp. I thought I could build a period correct wooden cage for them and take a couple into camp with us. I would take a couple of the most sociable, and they could free range around camp in the day and sleep in the cage in our tent at night. We have also considered setting up a photo thing outside the primitive area where folks could come and have their picture taken riding my mule and leading the pack mule. A couple of hens sticking their heads out of a wooden cage on top of a pack saddle would really add to the picture, don't you think? Fresh eggs in camp wouldn't be a bad deal either. What to you all think? Would I be traumatizing them to try and take them with us like that?