My chicks will do anything to get away from me when I try holding them. I've already tried breathing gently on them and cupping them with their head sticking out, feeding them treats, and letting them eat out of my hand, but none of them seem to like me at all. My Cuckoo Maran, Australorp, and Plymouth Barred Rock are the ones that seem to be the most freaked out by me. I can't get any of them to come near me or eat from my hand and my neighbors have complained because my Cuckoo Maran keeps chirping really loudly whenever I try holding her, I'm never rough with them and I try my best. Their heartbeats just get so fast and they always try to run away when I come by, they even huddle in the corner of the brooder when they hear me sometimes. Any help? Note: My Golden Laced Wynadotte, Ameraucana, and Welsummer are progressing a bit, they now trust me and let me hold them sometimes. They know I'm not out to hurt them thankfully.