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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by ericana, Oct 10, 2008.
how do you teach them to not get eaten?
You can't. It's mostly instinctive. You can provide them with a safe coop and many times they'll hurry to the coop if they feel threatened.
Quote:I agree or they will find anything to hide under or find a tall tree to fly into.
I agree. When my now big girls were little girls, I had a Red Tailed hawk hanging around. When the girls saw it they would head for their covered run and the coop. They somehow knew there was trouble.
a roo ,,, they will tell the hens when to run for cover
I sawa couple of hawks circle my yard yesterday when I was letting the hens strech there legs. So today I went out and purchased a RIR rooster.