I have eight guinea keets, my first ever, split between two pens of chicks of a similar age - they're about 8 weeks i think. Last week, I gave everyone Wazine, and it never occurred to me that the guineas shouldn't have it. However, now their legs are very red and scaly and feathers are coming out on the tops of their heads, backs of their necks and a little under the wings. Their heads necks are also a little scabby, like they've been scratching. None of the chickens are showing signs of mites - which is what a first suspected it was - and have all been treated recently after a new bird brought in some red mite creepy crawlies. They have recently also been moved to new pens, with some new-to-them birds, including my white silkie hen, who definitely got more than her fair share of the evil silkie gene. Does anyone have any suggestions about whether this might be stress, bugs, the Wazine, or some other problem? Like I said, they're my first guineas ever, and I am a little clueless about them. Poor babies.