I've had my chicks for two weeks now. I believe three of them are three weeks old and the fourth is 4 weeks old. (Buff Orpington, Jersey Giant, Ameraucana and a Maran) They've had nothing but chick starter thus far because that's what the guy at the store told me to do. But after reading posts about feeding them scrambled eggs being okay, I tried it last night. They all cowered in the corner like I was offering them something toxic. And suddenly, they no longer want to be held. I picked up Pumpkin and offered her some egg and she flew off my lap, over the top of the brooder and landed right in the corner with her sisters. I've seen them test their tiny wings but I had no idea they could fly so well already. Made sure to put that cover on the brooder last night. So I'm feeling very sad this morning. My chicks no longer want to be held and are so used to their chick feed that they don't recognize a treat when I put it right in front of them. Any suggestions? It's suppose to be quite nice this weekend so I was planning on taking them outside to their run for the first time and letting them spend a little time out there. I'll stay with them and if they look frightened or cold, we'll go back into the brooder. Maybe we'll try some more scrambled egg outside and the new environment will make them more adventurous?