So, I kept my Keets in our big shop for the past 5 weeks. They were born July 5 and I've babied them the whole time (started with 17, 2 DOA, 2 gone the day after they arrived, 1 I fed with a syringe but he was injured. Ended up with 12. There's a post on that farther down...) Anyway, the remaining 12, including my fave formerly curled toe named Dumbledore, were moved into their new digs today! We converted one of our pig pens into Fort Clucks and divided that into a section for the Keets today. The hens are not happy about their new neighbors but everyone is divided up, the Keets are safe and have ample space to roam or hide, and I'll feed the hens extra treats and they'll get over it. The Keets on the other hand....ill be worried about them until I can check on them in the morning! They did come out and eat/drink a bit but now that they're out of the cozy confines of their brooder box, I could use some suggestions on how to win back their trust. Theyve always avoided me but I want to keep them somewhat domestic and locked up at night. I'd like to keep them in their separated area for at least 4 more weeks (they'd be 10 weeks by then) before I let them out into the big kid playground and free ranging. My worry is if I wait too long, the temps will dip and they won't get their free range time in. My hens are out from noon till about 7:30 waiting for their food. Tips? Hints? I've got millet in the pantry ready to go! What else can I do?