I have 4 BSLs that have been in quarantine for 3 1/2 weeks now. They came from our local feed store, and when they became too large for the brooder, the mananger of the store brought them home to his farm. Therefore, they've never really had one-on-one time with humans like my two hand-raised EEs have. I work from home, so I spend a ton of time with them each day. They hang out around me when they're free-ranging, and maul me when I bring them food and treats. In the run, they herd together and get as far away from me as possible. I can briefly touch their tails while they're distracted, but once they figure out I'm touching them, they make all sorts of noises, peck me, and run away. They even protect each other. If one sees that I'm touching another they peck me! I even got pecked last night while trying to take a look at them while they were roosting. So far, they look to be free of illness, but I obviously want to be able to inspect them thoroughly before I decide to remove them from quarantine. What else can I do? Thanks for your help!