guinea fowl have disappeared
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Guineas are notoriously difficult to keep home. Likely they are journeying........they may come home eventually.
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As long as they are getting fed, they will usually stay within the general vicinity of your coop. If you stop feeding them, they will look for greener pastures. Also, if they can hear another nearby flock of guineas, they might try to join them. If they are getting harassed by dogs or other "predators," they might decide to move on as well.
The rule is coop them up for 21 days and let them out then they will come back every night but be weary of predators they havent adapted to north america climate or terrain and predators see them as a easy source of protein. Also if you breed them leave atleast 2 eggs or they wont lay anymore or atleast in that spot. But it differs in every guinea