I have 6 guineas who I separated from the chickens due to them being homicidal towards the chickens (at least the males and a single female). They now live in their 3x7 coop, recently our pearl guinea started pecking the head of our tan guinea (both females). I checked on them this morning in the coop and she was hiding, I pushed her off the feeder and she immediately got attacked by the pearl guinea. So I removed the victim and put her into the chicken coop, the chickens were terrified of her, but eventually realized she is not a threat when alone, so some started attacking her which eventually stopped. The reason I put her in there instead of the pearl guinea is because I might cull the males and the pearl, and I want to try to integrate the 3 nice guineas so its good they get used to their presence (even though they were raised together). I eventually removed the good guinea and placed her back into the coop, now the pearl one is in there. Sounds a bit crazy but I was mostly testing how the chickens would react and how the guineas would handle being separate. These birds are a handful, mean, aggressive, and loud (idk how people keep them on their property while maintaining harmony between species) There are 3 main options I was thinking of to solve all of this mayhem: -Suck it up and keep them -Cull the mean ones and attempt to integrate them with chickens (idk how that will work out) -Cull all of them and start over with keets. My big question is what should I do? I want to keep the nice ones who only attack the chickens if they see the mean ones doing it. But I don't know how to re-introduce them.