I'm still new to the chicken game, I was raised on a dairy farm, and now live on another dairy farm with my bf, I know with cattle you can develop a "call" so to speak and the cattle will come to you. Does anyone do this for chickens? I've tried one on mine and the hens usually ignore me and my roo's will bowl everyone over to get to me, (they know I have treats). My bf says I sound like I'm chicken yodeling, but it usually consists of "here chick chick chick" repeated several times. Just curious if I'm the only nut ball out standing in their yard trying to "call" their chickens. If this is something that works, how young do you start getting them used to "the call"? I have new chicks coming in a couple weeks and would really like a way to call them to me when they're older and out foraging. Thanks in advance for any comments or suggestions.