Hi, I wonder if you could offer advice please. I have 3 baby emu which I hatched from eggs, the parents live in my field which is 2 1/2 acres and fenced properly. The babies were reared at home in an incubator and have lived in my conservatory and garden until now, they are around 4 months old. I created a fence / pen for the babies which comes off the back of my livestock trailer, they have food water and shelter and are penned in, I slept out with them the first night. I let the dad sit towards the end of the season but he was unsuccessful in hatching any. Thing is the parents are running at the fence, hissing at them and trying to lean through and bite the babies. I have been feeding the parents over at the baby pen to introduce them and hope they start getting along, but the parents just seem intrigued and want to get at them to hurt them. So, does anyone have any tips on integrating the babies with the parents please? How to get the parents to settle down and get along with them. I am hoping that over time they just get use to them being there and start to accept them. I don't like to see the babies worried and scared either as they have had a very sheltered and pampered life until now. I would really appreciate anyone's knowledge on this subject, tips and tricks which might help, what has worked for you? I hope you can help, I am spending every spare second up the field with them.