I've had my two young half grown Emu in a pen adjacent to the barn for a few weeks now. The chickens/geese get let out every mourning and spend the day in the yard next to the Emu pen. Of course there is no problem with a fence between the two. Lately i've been letting the Emu out at dusk so they can get use to the chicken yard during dusk/dawn before I let the chickens out of the day. Today for the first time I let the Emu out into the acre the chickens/geese use during the day. Watching closely to see what happens. The chickens seemed nervous and did not want the Emus getting close. When an Emu approached, the chicken would panic and run, which excited the Emu and made them run after the Chickens following closely behind and doing high steps/kicks toward the chickens. The geese were more calm and stood their ground and the Emu's responded calmly to them. But as the Emus got more curious the Geese gave ground, which then lead to a similar "get away from me!" run while the Emus started to chase. That was enough for today so put the emus back in their seperate area to give everyone a break. Now... what im worried about is the Emus do not seem like the sharpest tools in the shed. I can't "train" them like a dog or even my Donkey, and let them know I do not want them chaseing the other birds. All I can hope for is each day the Emus get less and less interested in chaseing/approaching the other birds and everyone just stays out of everyone elses way. Is this realistic? Vetran Emu owners, how do I go about integrating these two half grown Emus into my flock of chickens/geese/guiena hens/peacocks? Are they already too old and will continue to chase and stress the other birds? Should I just continue leaving them out under supervision longer and longer each day and hope for the best, or what?