I saw one of the guineas limping yesterday and figured I look today and see if she was any worse. This afternoon I found her by herself flopping around a bit and not able to get to her feet. Upon inspection she looks to have a broken hip or dislocation as the leg is floppy and does not feel attached at the hip. I separated her from the flock and have her in a net covered watermelon box lined with wood chips in the garage with food and water and she has not moved from her sitting spot since this afternoon. She is alert and quiet. I have researched broken legs on the forum and online. Most say to separate the injured from the flock and splint or otherwise allow the leg to heal. However, with this type of injury I am afraid this will not be the case. Has anyone experienced this with Guineas or any other domestic birds and had any luck with the healing of a hip break/dislocation? At this point it seems a culling of the flock is imminent.