I have a relative who is quite interested in getting Guineas for his farm in southeast Kansas. He owns 400 acres of land, and most of it is natural as the main use of the property is for hunting, but he also has a large orchard, crop field, and garden and that is the area he would "home base" any Guinea fowl he buys. He lives about 20 minutes away, and checks on the property daily. He would be able to feed any guineas out there, but he doesn't always spend the whole day out there so cooping doesn't seem like a good option. He wants Guineas to control the ticks and bugs in his garden, orchards and fields. He has a large property so he would likely need a large flock. Roaming or noise aren't a concern as he is in a very rural area and there are no neighbors. If they do free range 24/7 there is plenty of cover and trees for protection and shelter. He also realizes some guineas may get killed, we just don't want the flock massacred. What seems like the best option for my cousin to own guineas? Coop them up? Free range? Something else?