We have five lovely young pullets, about 16 weeks old. One of them, our Barred Plymouth Rock, Pepper, frequently pecks us when we go out for a visit. She is not aggressive and I have not noticed her pecking her flock mates. She just seems to think that our fingers, toes, eyes, knees, clothing, buttons--you name it--might be tasty treats. My daughter's comment: "So is Pepper just the dumbest of the chickens?" Obviously, this is not a huge problem. But if anyone has thoughts on how to gently discourage this behavior, I would love to hear.