Sorting the Sexes I just started with Guinea keets last year. I this flock of ten in a chain link run 14x24 feet. They are all big enough now to sort out the sexes. I have been sorting them by grabbing a female anytime she makes her two syllable call and moving her into the brooder. So far I have three of the ten in the brooder but I heard another two syllable call last night so I have to figure out which that one was. I am hoping this process will be done by the end of the week. I figure once Ive got them all sorted out Ill label the hens with two black bands and the ?cocks? with one white one. Then Ill put the four or five females in the run with the two best males and turn the rest loose to free range with the chickens. Questions: Is there a better way to sex them? Will there be reintegration issues after a week of separation? These Guineas all came from the local Atwoods feed store. Will there be an issue with possible in breeding from these Guineas? How do I prep a place for the mothers to lay eggs? (I use 5 gallon buckets for my chickens) Should I try using a brooder Guinea female a broody chicken or just stick with the incubator? Can I encourage brooding?