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Have You Ever Tried This??

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by chickenfeathers, May 15, 2007.

  1. Hypnotizing a Chicken: [​IMG]



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  2. purpleblobbob

    purpleblobbob Hatching

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    Hahaha I do that all the time to my chickens! It's hilarious [​IMG]
     
  3. 2mnypets

    2mnypets Songster

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    Oh that is just way to funny!!! [​IMG] Maybe I can teach my 14 year old to do that. She's terrified of them and I don't know why. Maybe that's where the "Chicken Dance" orignated from [​IMG]
     
  4. CarriBrown

    CarriBrown Crowing Premium Member

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    I know what I'm doing tonight!!!
     
  5. Varisha

    Varisha Songster

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    going to try that.
     
  6. mudhen

    mudhen confidently clueless

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    Oooh, can't wait to try that!! [​IMG]
     
  7. pipermark

    pipermark Songster

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    Oh yea you know I am going to try this tonight!
     
  8. cookinmom

    cookinmom Songster

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    Oh, that's crazy! I gotta try it!
     
  9. ChrissyNC

    ChrissyNC In the Brooder

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    I am going outside RIGHT NOW and trying this!!! hahahaha [​IMG]
     
  10. Frozen Feathers

    Frozen Feathers Songster

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    Maine
    If you grab them by their feet and tip them upside down, they go very calm. Sometimes they will try to curl up and flap their wings, if you don't get them upside down fast enough, I just gently push their head down when they do that and Ta-da, calm bird. Then you can just lay them on the ground and you don't even have to hold them down, like that guy was doing. I use this technique when I want to examine them or have to dust them. I think my Japanese rooster likes being held like a baby. My daughter and I carry him around all over like a baby doll. [​IMG]
     

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