Great idea for the thread.. Guineas usually get pretty grumpy when they're penned in because they're such high energy birds. Basically what I did was learn that white millet seed is "guinea crack." I started giving it to my keets when they were about 8 weeks old.. and at first they wouldn't touch it but they soon learned they loved it. Every time I'd give them this treat I would shake an old can with some of it in it and call "guinea, guinea, guinea" and give them the treat. They've eventually caught on that every time they hear this to come immediately, I don't even have to give treats anymore (but I do because they're spoiled). And if they chose not to listen I herded them into their roost with a small branch to keep them together, guineas are super easy to herd.. unlike chickens.
I learned that you have to be home ALOT because if you miss a couple days of training they tend to forget and I had to start back a square one almost. I've finally got mine in such a routine by doing what I said above every day at approx. 5 pm that they just go in and roost now because it's bed time for them.
Hopefully it works for you and if you have any questions feel free to ask!!
Sounds like the keet is unhappy about something. If they are new, and their needs for heat, food, and water are met, then they may just need time to settle.I just got some baby baby Guinea Fowls and one of them is soooooo loud, what can I do to make her happy and stop with the screeching? They have tons of water, they kicked out all their food they have tons of it, a heat lamp and a brooder with feathers. What else can I do? Also this is my first time dealing with them!