So we inherited a couple of Guineas along with our house/farm we bought back in September. The previous owners weren't able to wrangle up our two, so they just left them and said we could have them. We've taken care of them all winter and have grown pretty attached to them. We've named them General Clucks and Kylo Hen. We've seen them fight off bobcats and generally act as awesome watchdogs for predators. I've even considered getting them some girls this year since I'm pretty sure they are both boys. Our next door neighbors had mentioned to us that when the previous owners had had a bigger flock, they had occasionally wondered on to their back deck. They hadn't seemed bothered by it, just mentioned it as an anecdote while having a discussion one day. We didn't have any idea they wondered that far, but recently I had started to notice that they'll follow me out for walks for a ways, but they always end up back home, so I don't really worry about it. Today the neighbor called us to say that we had to do something about the guineas because they are pooping all over their deck. We can sympathize because they do the same thing to ours, but my husband and I are both at a loss for what we can do about it. Their whole purpose is to roam and eat bugs, so it's not like I want to keep them cooped up. It basically seems like the only option is to get rid of them. I'd only consider it because these are the neighbors we are most friendly with, and they've been super helpful with us since we moved to the area. I'd like to keep them as happy as possible. Any advice on what we could do to deter them from the neighbors place? Or do I need to consider rehoming them?