I have a roo and 2 hens in my coop now (all bantams), one hen hasnt layed yet, one has been laying for maybe 2 months. the roo is the same age as the hen that is laying- just to give you an idea of thier ages. About a month ago I got 2 pullets (standards) and 3 guinea keets. I believe the pullets were at least a month old when I got them, so by now they are good size and fully feathered. Two of my keets are big too, but one was much younger so it is still a little small. I have been keeping the pullets and keets together in hopes the guineas will attach to my chickens and stay around/roost at night. The hutch they are kept in is getting crowded now, and Im thinking its about time to introduce them to the 3 adult chickens I have. Only thing I cant decide is to just introduce the pullets to them and keep the keets seperate until the small one gets big, or take my chances and introduce them all together so the guineas stay attached to the chickens. Any advice?