We have three gals who live in a two story coop at night and are let out in a 40' x 30' fenced yard during the day to forage. Problem is, once the sun comes up, they start calling for us to let them out. Then they will holler for treats/company during the day. Have we already ruined everything by running out with treats to shush them when they make noise? Is there anything we can do to keep them quieter during the day? This isn't the egg song - it's them making an araaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAA (not a crow) noise that only quiets down when we run out with treats. We're not usually home during the day....worried they do this all day long. We've been working hard to appease the neighbors in advance, but I can see how this would be really annoying.