In their coop they have a 30 lb. feeder that I keep filled. I let them out at 9 AM this morning. They all came barreling out the door -- 1. Stop long enough to peck at the tiny bit of styrofoam insulation that they can only see when the door is open. 2. Head straight to the back door to beg. They got 2 coffee cans full of scratch grains and wandered off for a bit. 3. See me head to the fig tree to look for any remaining figs. The vultures are stupid, but they know good things come from that tree. Gave them my last eight figs. 4. Beg at the back door again. Got four slices of bread. Wander off for a bit. 5. Come back to get their share of the scrambled eggs that I made for all the critters. Eat theirs, then go steal the dogs. 6. See me go to feed the goat his cup of grain. Follow me and steal it from the goat. 7. Beg at the back door again. Get another coffee can full of scratch grains. 8. Make owner feel sorry for them when she sees them trying to eat shelled pecans. Owner cracks a few handfuls open for them. 9. See me feed the dog. Go steal his supper. 10. Free-range all day in additon to this. 11. Walk back in their coop at 7, with crops so full they're parting the feathers on their chests. 12. Head straight to the feeder.