I think this is a good place to ask this question. My wife and I have a Buff Orpinton of unknown age that is super social. When she came to us she had obviously been around humans a lot and wasn't scared of us at all. For example, a couple of weeks ago she hopped right into my Father-in-Law's lap. On Saturday we bought her two little friends--a Black Sex-link and a Cochin Bantam. Both are about 16 weeks old. They've had very little human interactions and we seem to scare the crap out of them. They spend most of their time hiding under our coop out of arm's reach. My wife was able to snatch the Cochin Bantam yesterday and calm her down a little but she didn't seem to enjoy the interaction at all. My question is: How do we train the new girls to get used to us being around? It would be cool if we could train them to be as friendly as our Buff, but I would settle for just "not scared of humans".