The CEO wants to add a few Guinea to our 18 chickens. I'd say "add" is a euphemism, because she says they won't sleep in the coop, lay eggs in the nests, integrate with the chickens, or walk around making adorable noises like our hens do. She says they'll sleep in the trees and lay eggs all over God's Grey Earth, where we might be lucky to find a few at times. She says they eat a lot of insects (but so do our chickens) and act as watchdogs (we already have 3 Heeler cross farm dogs). But I have questions: Do Guinea steal chicken food from the feeders? Might they roost in carports and poop on pickups? Given that they fly a lot, are they likely to cause trouble in the veggie garden? Our garden is fenced with a low electric fence which keeps the hens out nicely. There is thick cedar forest right behind our back fence, so I bet they'd go there, where our heelers can't protect them from hawks. Any other downsides that you would point out?