We have 11 wooded acres...but somehow that is not enough-my girls have walked all the way to the other end of my property, up a steep hill that I cannot scale, through a web of briars, and right into a neighborhood that borders our land, and of course, they started scratching some poor lady's beds up. :/ I of course went and apologized and told her that I would keep them away and am working on the problem. She was nice, but I know she does not appreciate the girls in her nice flower beds. So...I really need to train the chickens to not go towards that area at all! Fences...11 acres-it is just not feasible to fence this large of a perimeter. They like the woods between her house and mine, but it is identical to the woods all over our land! And, there are plenty of more secluded areas in these woods that they have not explored-- I guess what I am asking...how can I train them to go to the deep secluded parts of our land v. the only part of the land that is bordered by other humans! Can I train them to do this somehow? I feel like they are creatures of habit...I want them to get into the habit of going the other direction. Thoughts? Currently, I wait till later to let them out and retrieve them and re-direct them as they start to climb the hill towards her road. It is a shame though because we have acres of secluded land they could hang out in all day if they just go the other direction.