I have a question to all of you :

drtoivowillmann

Hatching
10 Years
Sep 29, 2009
9
0
7
Santo Antônio do Monte - MG
Dear Chicken-Lovers:

We all know that chicken can do more than lay eggs or supply tasty
meet.

Who of you is as crazy as me and tought to his chickens something
very different, somenthing unusual for chickens ?

If you read my new member introduction (posted today) you saw that my rooster learnt to go on the line, when we walk on the road, like a feathered dog and enjoys it (of coarse, at home he goes free, without any restriction).

Of coarse, there are more intelligent animals than chickens and they are more easy to train. But exactly this is a challenge for every true
chicken lover, because your chicken is much more intelligent than common people believe.

My question again: who tought to his chicken something crazy or at least unusual ?
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Greetings from Brazil:
Toivo
 

pixie74943

Songster
10 Years
May 25, 2009
610
13
154
Adelaide, Australia
maybe not taught, but my ISA has learnt that my neck is a toasty warm place to curl up before bed. She jumps onto my arm, climbs up, and snuggles into my neck. VERY difficult to remove for bed time.
 

Buff Hooligans

Scrambled
12 Years
Jun 11, 2007
12,148
464
311
Welcome to BYC from Massachusetts, Cape Cod! Brazil! Wow you are so far away! We're glad you joined us.

To answer your question, I think my chickens have taught me to obey their strong suggestions more than me having taught them anything. They're smart that way. (smiling)
 

The Chickens' Maid

Songster
10 Years
May 2, 2009
1,000
207
226
CT
Some of our chickens will lie on their back and let me cover their heads. They like to fall asleep like that sometimes.
The rooster has trained me to pick him up whenever he stares at me, and the head hen has learned that I will come when she whines pathetically.
 

mschickychick

Songster
11 Years
Jan 2, 2009
244
2
119
Mississippi
I have a young rooster that is very friendly. I have been teaching him to jump on my arm. My boyfriend asked what I was doing and I told him. He said you train Falcons to do that, so I named him Falcon!

 

ChickenCharmer

Songster
10 Years
May 2, 2009
1,279
15
171
The Redwoods of California
My chickens know to tug on my clothes when they want something. Whether food, or cuddles, or if they want me to take out a chicken that's currently in their favorite nest, they always know to come to me. Daphne, my demanding little OEG bantam, has pretty much mastered the art of communicating with me.
 

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