Hi, I am new with this chicken thing and absolutely love my little family. I've had a male guinea(George) in the mix the last couple of months. The hens have learned to deal with his "herding" them and running around keeping track of them. Recently a young polish roo wandered onto one of my friend 's farm. She could not find where he belonged so I ended up with him. He is darling and I wonder if he wasn't someone's pet as he was so terrified of the hens that he would put his face/beak into the corner of the coop and "hide". Another friend took him to let him get stronger as he was pretty beat up and thin when I got him.2 weeks later, Einstein, the polish roo found his voice and announced to all he is a rooster. My friend brought him back and I am trying to integrate him. He is better with the hens and they are cutting him a break but I think George is going to kill him. The Polish guy is so terrified when George goes after him, he runs into the pasture and about got trampled by horses. Einstein seems not to know what to do. He will let George run him into chicken wire, hay bales...etc... Poor Einstein We have him in his own large cage inside the run. George actually gets into a nesting box in the coop at night We began putting hens in with Einstein, they are getting along. Now we have put George in the pen with a hen he likes and hopefully Einstein will start to feel more secure and will stand up to George. Any ideas? I really want to keep the guinea around as he is a good watch dog and he is....George...and I really love Einstein, he is sooo sweet. but we can't be having all this family dysfunction. Thanks.