- Aug 2, 2010
i have a dozen young guineas hatched this spring, and half of them are real close to being full grown, and the other half is about 2-3 weeks behind them in size/age. they have been cooped right next to the adults for 3 weeks now with only wire in between so they can get used to eachother. i'm trying to be patient before letting them out with the adults (who stick around well and usually return to the coop or at least roost in trees above it) im wondering when is it a good time to let them range together? there are a few in there i worry about that seem considerably smaller than the others, but being half grown and cooped in close quarters with the adults, will i have much of a problem? they have plenty of room to range so should be able to find thier own space.