We must be approaching spring here, and breeding season. The Guineas are bigger bellybuttons that normal. They are chasing the roosters and the guineas are chasing each other. I assume it is the females doing all the bad behavior, Males just do not have bad behavior in their souls.
They better get it out of their systems fast. Before Wednesday they will be in Guinea Gulag for 4-5 months, or until I have enough keets to make me happy. I will be trying to sell some and I need about 30-40 of my own to feed the owls and 18 wheelers over the fall and winter. I do not have very high hatch rate on these things. But I will get enough. I have one egg I think is a guinea egg so it is going in the incubator in the next couple days. I have almost 100 other eggs ready to go in.
I am going to have 4 turkey hens and one turkey in with the guineas this year. Last year I had 2 toms and 8 hens that was too much for me. If I raise enough to adult hood I might even eat me a few guineas.