Hi Everyone, We have had 2 female guinea's on the property for a couple of months now, all has been fine, calm. All of a sudden our guinea's are attacking our other birds! They beat up our only Rhode Island Red rooster and we now have him safely tucked away. But today the guinea's started attacking our Silkies, for no reason at all... We have witnessed the attach on our RIR rooster and the silkies, it was not just your normal everyday pecking order type of fight, this was a nasty, let's kill them attack! Any idea why they might be getting aggressive like this? We did find 2 dead bantam roosters a week ago (we couldn't figure out how they died *see note below*) and now we suspect the guinea's. The guinea's always have access to fresh pellets and fresh water. I really liked these 2 guinea hens, they have been calm and not yelling all the time. They get to free range all day and never locked up because we use them as an alarm against varmint. *Note: The 2 dead bantams roosters that we were found were seen fine and healthy within 1/2 an hour of finding them dead. We were working outside on a goat pen and I found one right near the steps to the house. We do not have any poison laying around, the other one my husband found all beat up, also by the house. Any suggestions would really be appreciated!