On Sunday I woke DH to go on a road trip for some polish crested chickens 3 hens 1 roo. I did my research on them and am prepared for their lack of sight, but was not prepared for having to teach these chickens to be chickens. When we got to the place he had them in a very large crate that was suspended to make room on the ground. Ok no biggie but I found out these guys have never been on the ground EVER. He purchased them through rural king when they were 2 days old. He does not want this kind of breed he wants the white polish crested. So these guys have been for sale for awhile. They are very healthy but just never had the warm sun on their feathers or the ground to walk on. Now we are having to train them to perch and go in and out of the door. They mainly want to stay in the coop. Do you think they will get over this shock of freedom? And act like normal chickens? They are a bit spastic when out in the run.