We've had two Polish Bantams from 3 days old. They just turned 4 weeks on Monday. We give them lots of attention, have picked them up daily, and still are getting nothing back from them except fear. They run from us when we try to pick them up, peep and kick like crazy when we do, they refuse to eat out our hands, and now seem to even try to peck at me when I offer food. It is sooo different from our first two chicks we got about 9 weeks ago. Those are a Sicilian Buttercup and a Light Brahma. The Brahma is a teddy bear and has been from day one, and even the Buttercup, the breed that's supposed to be flighty, has been good. They both began eating mash out of our hands from the second day we got them (at about 1 week old), and by week 3 they were accepting lettuce leaf and other treats. When we started field trips out to the backyard, they followed us around, and still do. I'm worried that our Polish Bantams will never like us and that, in addition to being no fun, it will be hell to try to retrieve them if we take them out on field trips. Does anyone have any experience with this breed to know whether they come around after awhile? Is there anything I can be doing to try to get them to like us better? Help!!!