Some flocks take right to The Chicken Swing with no training at all, while others need

a little help. Even if your chickens are already using their swing, it’s a pretty neat

trick to train them to swing on command.

 

Here are 10 easy steps to help you get your chickens swinging!

Hover over each image to quickly view each step, and click on the images to read all about each step!

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If you still need some help getting your chickens to use their swing, please feel free to contact us here. We love hearing from our customers, and are more than happy to assist you in whatever way possible.

 

Note: We've found that sometimes the issue with getting your chickens to swing has to do with the set up of The Chicken Swing in your coop. Don't worry - we can help you with this as well. If you think the set up of your swing may be part of the problem, please have a picture of The Chicken Swing in your coop or brooder on hand so that we can better assist you. Thank you!

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3. Introducing Treats!

Pick a chicken that trusts you and eats treats out of your hand. If you don’t have any chickens that will take treats from your hand, start working on this first! Take it slow; work for a few minutes a day sitting on the ground shaking your Love Bug Training Treats™ to encourage your chickens to eat the treats from your hand. My chickens love dried meal worms, but dried cat food or strawberries might work for you as well. Within a few days, you should have chickens coming to you for treats!