An Article on Guineas
My name is Caiden, and I own chickens and guineas.
If you love your guineas as babies, they will love you. You can put food in front of you, then wait for them to come over. When they do, you can pet them and they will not run away.
Guineas are good for many things: they rid your garden of pests and don’t destroy your plants; they are like alarm birds and can be used as roosters; they are not aggressive at all; they eat snakes, grasshoppers, and ticks. You have to protect them from snakes in the beginning, because rat snakes will constrict and eat them. So you have to sink wire around the edges of their enclosure and leave a little door so they can get out, and put chicken wire so they can see and get used to the other chickens.
Keep them in the coop for the first two months, so they’ll grow attached and not wander away. When you let them outside, you have to watch them and always love on them so they will always love on you and return to their coop.