I haven't found a thread devoted to this topic. If you know of one, point me in the right direction. I have 16 three week old guinea keets that are ready to be transitioned into a large back field. There is a vegetable garden in production for the next 1-2 months within range of their soon-to-be house. I'm concerned about them getting into it, and am thinking of surrounding their house with an 8 ft tall, 20 ft x 24 ft plastic deer fencing pen with a deer fencing roof stretched across the top. This would at least give them 30 sq ft per guinea. I can get rid of the pen when the vegetables are out of production and allow them to free range. Does this seem like too limiting of a structure until they are up to 3 months old? I can build a slightly larger structure with no roof if they cannot fly over 8 ft before they are 3 months old as an alternative. Any advice?