Hello! I am a first time chicken owner. We have 5 chickens (2 production reds, 1 PPR, and 2 EE). When I brought the chicks home we also had a GLW roo that was re-homed once he started crowing. After the roo left, the girls started squatting down and acting scared when I would try to pick them up. I have since mostly stopped picking them up, and let them come to me. They will gather near me when I come out to check on them while they free range, but if I move too quickly they appear scared. I have always been very gentle with them, handled them a lot when they were chicks and provide plenty of hand-fed treats. Is there anything else I can do to build more trust? Anything I did wrong? I see stories here about chickens who hop up in the laps of their owners, but mine have not done this since they were a few weeks old. They will inquisitively peck at my freckles, hair, rings, etc but otherwise will not voluntarily come up and want to be held etc. I recognize that chickens aren't necessarily intended to be mans best friend, but would like to know if there is anything I can do to foster the closer relationship behaviors. Thanks!