I had noticed that my Guinea keets were going to have to be moved to a bigger brooder soon because they were starting to jump almost high enough to get out of the rubbermaid tote they were in. When I woke up this morning I had one keet in the brooder peeping its head off and the the other one was nowhere in sight. I found it hiding in a corner - alive and well, thankfully. So, needless to say, they got moved to a bigger brooder this morning before I left for work! I have to try to secure it further tonight when I get home, but it should work for now! I used a water trough that I had in the garage and brought the dog gate out from the house (used it mostly when housebreaking the dogs and don't use it now) to cover it with. It's not perfect, but it was what we had to work with! I put some weight on top of it and DH is off work today, so he has strict instructions to check on it as he can around making hay. If I have time, I hope to get some hardware cloth and use some scrap wood to make a top that fits it a little better. If we don't have time for that tonight, I figure I'll use some ratchet straps to hold it so the gate can't be slid off by any critters wanting to get in - do you think that would work temporarily? I am just amazed at how fast these guineas are growing! They're almost 2 weeks old and they sure can jump high!