We have been trying to catch all our flock over a period of three days, in order to administer this vaccine! Last night we had caught all but two by dark; had to stop for other commitments (work, school, life, that type of thing). One of our young roosters waited til we left, then punched through the top of the high walled pen they were in, by apparently hitting it repeatedly til he loosened a staple, then leading two hens to freedom this was after dark no less! They then flew to the rafters to roost, where we couldn't reach them. This is day three of us trying to catch all of them; the ones that are loose now are becoming very wary. So here's my questions: 1) any ideas how to catch them? One of the loose hens went back in the pen on her own this morning, at feeding time, so four remain. We have tried nets, blankets, and bribing with mealworms. Today we set up a trap to feed them in , but they won't go in all at once. The hens probably would, but this rooster is very smart and cautious; he won't even let them begin to get near us. Obviously they are confined to the barn now but it is very large and they have lots of room to fly around. We are becoming concerned about stressing them to death, and all the others, too! 2) Anything we can feed them, to help combat stress? WE NEED ANSWERS FAST!