Crazy Chicken Lady (Man) Call~~ you know you got one....

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by Princess Lay-a, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. Princess Lay-a

    Princess Lay-a Chirping

    May 17, 2010
    Great Falls
    I call "Llama, llama, llama!! When I go to to see my llamas and sheep, and goat. They hear that and are on the run for treats.

    I have been using a call to get the chicks use to my voice when food is coming, something they can recognize if the are further off foraging.
    Higher pitched and quickly, "Come, come, come! Come, come, come!"
    At times I say "Come, come, come , my horrid little beasties! Come, you 'fowl' creatures!" All with love and light in my voice..Ha! [​IMG]

    How about you??
  2. Chickengal505

    Chickengal505 Songster

    Jan 4, 2010
    Bolivia N.C
    I say here chikie chikie chikie poos i got a bug for yous... And they come running! [​IMG] [​IMG]
  3. CheerfulHeart2

    CheerfulHeart2 Creative Problem Solver

    Apr 8, 2009
    Phoenix, AZ
    No call required. They see me and they come!
  4. danielle82

    danielle82 A Good Egg

    Apr 27, 2009
    Tonasket Wa
    "chick chick chick chick'
    or "Chicken Nuuuuuuuuggets!"
  5. HenPen

    HenPen Songster

    Apr 29, 2009
    New Hampshire
    I call here Cluckers,cluck,cluck...come on Cluckers but only when my Righteous neighbor is within ear shot cuz she swears I am swearing and she calls hubby out to listen and he tells her to stop thinking nasty I am saying Cluckers not.... [​IMG] Hahahahha any other time its chick,chick here chick chick..
  6. herefordlovinglady

    herefordlovinglady It Is What It Is

    Jun 23, 2009
    Girly Girllllsssss, funny the roos come too.
  7. noodleroo

    noodleroo Snuggles with Chickens

    Apr 29, 2010
    Rockport, Tx
    I say in a fairly high pitched voice "chick, chick, CHICKens"!
  8. EggsForIHOP

    EggsForIHOP Songster

    Apr 18, 2010
    My husband doesn't have to call, every time he walks by they run to get as close to him as they can - something about a big man that just screams "Hey, look at THAT guy! Looks like he eats GOOD! Bet he has food!" Every animal does that and I know he sneaks them all kinds of treats to get the attention he does.

    I on the other hand still haven't gotten over having them, so I walk out in the yard talking about "CHICKENS! I HAVE CHICKENS! WHERE ARE MY CHICKENS!" As loud and high pitched as which point they give me the stink eye and search for my husband...guess daddy feeds 'em more tasty stuff than I do...or maybe they think I am as crazy as the neighbors think I am?
  9. PinkieSue

    PinkieSue In the Brooder

    Apr 27, 2010
    Land of the Rain, Oregon
    I call girrrrllllsssss!! I have urms! They come on the run.
  10. gryeyes

    gryeyes Covered in Pet Hair & Feathers

    "Chickens! I got CHICKENS!!"

    I started that with my first chickens, when they were still in the brooder. I was just so excited to have chickens..... and when I moved them outside, I kept it up. Open the kitchen door to the back yard porch, announce happily, "Chickens! I got CHICKENS!" and they would all come to the run enclosure gate lickety split.

    So, I do it every day when I get home from work. On the weekends, when they are free ranging in the back yard, and very very happy under the trees, in the garden beds, over by the shed, ANYWHERE, they will still come running to that call.

    If my neighbors hear me, they probably wonder why I'm announcing it every day. But they swear they don't hear my rooster, so maybe they're deaf or something. (No, they're not deaf. They like to hear the rooster, they say. I give them eggs so they will continue to say that!!!)

    The man who came over with a BobCat and brush-cruncher to mow down the HUGE thistles in the way back 1/3 acre (belonging to my land-lady) noticed the run in my back yard and HE said, "Chick, chick chick!" So I guess he must keep chickens too... but my chickens didn't come running. [​IMG]

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