I have 19 free ranging pearl grey guineas, 8 females and 11 males. All last year this ratio worked well and this year too. But then we got 3 lavenders hoping 2 of them were girls. Turned out to be 2 males one female. I thought the males would go to their sister but no they fight with the pearl greys for the pearl grey girls. And Sunset the female lavender has no one. She just wanders around on her own because even the pearl grey females pick on her. December the pearl grey was hit by a car a couple of months ago and broke his leg. He's all better now but is struggling to rejoin the flock. He wants a pearl grey girl and his brothers aren't too bad to him but the lavender males want to fight them as they want to go up in the pecking order. Should I sell my lavender males to a good home as they have no girls anyway? Im just worried they will be terribly upset at moving. I've seen how upset guineas can be when they move. But if I have to I will sell them to a good home where they will be happy and looked after very well. What type of home will they be happiest in? I would also like to be able to visit them. Is there any other way to sort out their fighting problems without selling them? I heard a 1 girl to 2 male ratio is good for maximum egg fertility but I really want no one to be lonely and everyone to have someone.