Guineas.. I told myself I would never have those loud, annoying, wild creatures on my farm! Yet here I am now.. So long story short, I Bought 4 guineas along with some royal palm turkeys sometime in August, 3 turned out to be males. A couple months passed and I think it was late December when I found an ad on craigslist that said 'Guinea hens for sale' Went and bought 8.. One out of the 8 was a male. It's now January and they guy I bought the guineas from said he had three more hens he could sell to me and I said i'd take them.. Now my question is, What would the hen to rooster ratio for guineas be? I want to try and avoid over-breeding problems.. So after I get the three hens i'll have 11 hens for 4 roosters.. To me that doesn't sound like enough hens but what do I know? So to all of those guinea experts out there, What's a good amount of hens for 4 roosters? Also, What should I be feeding them..? Right now they're on grower/finisher feed with oyster shells out next to their feed. Is there anything else I should be asking about these guys? If you have anything else you might want to let me know go right on ahead.. All replies will be greatly appreciated~!