that are mostly full grown "look for home" if I were to purchase them & put them free-ranging on our farm? They were hatched at the beginning of August. Is there anything special I need to know about keeping them vs. my chickens/duck/quail? I am really wanting them as watch dogs (hawks, predators, etc) The guy I am getting them from said he's not really sure of any way to sex them other than the call... seems like what I've read here too. What is a good amount to start with if I want them to be able to hatch keets themselves next spring? One male, 2 females? Thanks for the help!