I am not sure if this is a result of their age or the way I am raising them (my first chickens!), but my 3 pullets are not very friendly. First off, I got these wyandotte chicks at 9 weeks old from a chicken swap. They were very calm the first few days, and I could pick them up easily and hold them. This might be because they were so scared and not used to their new surroundings. A few days in I could definitely tell the SLW was the dominate one, the BLRW was fighting for the top and the GLW was a follower. I pick them up every day, but after a few days of having them they started running away from me when they were out of their run. It got harder and harder to catch them when I left them out. I can still catch the GLW, but the other two I have to herd into the run. When I am holding them, the SLW will squawk in the beginning and then she will settle down to be pet. The other two will act frantic the whole time and try to get away. Is there anything I can do to make them more friendly and easier to catch? They are only 12 weeks old, but I don't want them to be scared of me their whole life!