I am increasing my Guinea flock by 16. I have 14 adults. I have a keet that is about 5 weeks old in a group of 6. It was a late hatcher and had bad splayed legs from the beginning. I did the band-aid but it has not gotten much better. One of its legs goes to the side. It is not roosting on the pole with the others but stays on the ground. I figure it needs its leg strength to get airborne. Otherwise, the keet eats and is feathering normally. My Guineas free range, and I am wondering if this Guinea will make it. They have the choice to stay in a spacious coop but it. I have a blind hen that stays in the coop. Am I prolonging a life that isn't going to be a good one? Does anyone have a similar experience where a Guinea with a leg deformity made it? Legs are such an important aspect of a Guinea. This keet seems to run around more on its belly. It gets around OK but just not as fast.