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Guinea escape...

Discussion in 'Guinea Fowl' started by Heatherschicks1, May 15, 2016.

  1. Heatherschicks1

    Heatherschicks1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I bought 6 guineas... been trying to do the lock them up thing... well on each was getting beat up by another male... called the lady I got them from we agreed to only let out the mean male and his partner so I did... they were stating close because they wanted back in... big storm last night... blew the door wide open ... now they are gone.. well one boy I know for sure and two girls are near the house but getting a little to far for my comfort I'm afraid they are going to run away and the white ones I let out I can't find and they took a peal one with him... I think I ended up with. 4 girls and two boys because other wise I don't think I would have the two girls send one boy... what should I do
     
  2. pattyhen

    pattyhen Chicks Ducks oh my

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    Put their food out by the coop and call them. Shake the food bucket and see if they come back.
     
  3. boucher814

    boucher814 Out Of The Brooder

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    I started a thread. Called Guinea talk. If u guys would join I would apreasheate that
     
  4. Heatherschicks1

    Heatherschicks1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I spent a lot of time looking for then today found only 3 out of 6... I'm in hopes for better luck tomorrow... over 20ac for them to get lost on... but I had them for less than a week so I don't think they will come when called
     
  5. boucher814

    boucher814 Out Of The Brooder

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    If I were u I would put feed out by the coop that way incase they do come back they eat the food and that way they know where they will be fed.
     

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