I have been looking for guineas for a while, and when someone had keets for sale at the fair setup yesterday, I jumped at the chance. Only had enough coin in my pocket to buy three, so that's what I got. They are 3 weeks old, and I've got them quarantined in my chick brooder, which is plenty big for just three birds. Questions: Is three too few? Should I get more? Foolish me, I didn't know that they pair-bonded until after I bought them. Of course, I've no way of knowing the genders of the keets. I'm feeding them the same 20% chick starter that my pullets are getting. Should I supplement with something higher protein, like cat food? I don't want to buy a whole bag of game bird starter and have most of it go bad. I've already given them some Japanese beetles. They had clearly not seen yummy bugs before, but quickly figured it out. How early can they free range? There are no grown poultry here, so they'll be on their own. My whole reason for getting guineas is pest control, so I'd like to put them to work as soon as possible. Any other general guinea tips? I'm going to get them some white millet today and start taming them -- they are very flighty and shy. And I already posted the question in the diseases section, but how long would you all quarantine before putting them in with the pullets?