Received this email about a poorly guinea fowl keet.
"Hello, I saw your comments on another webpage and am hoping you might have some advice for me. I have recently purchased some guinea hen keets, not sure how old but one of them is significantly smaller than the rest. She was doing fine until 2 days ago when she was stumbling and acting ill. When I picked her up she seemed cold so I brought her in and warmed her up. She did great until this morning when I went out she was lyingon her back seemingly barely alive. I brought her in and have been feeding her some crickets since she loves them and just keeping her warm. i tried a few minutes ago to put her back in with the others, but they just trample her and start pecking at her. I would appreciate any advice you can give. i think that she is just much younger than the others and cannot keep up with them. She seems to have quite a will to live but I am not sure how she will do if I keep her separated. However the other keets will kill her if I put her back. Thanks so much, Beth"
Those of you with guinea fowl if you have any advice for Beth then please let me know.
sara @ farmingfriends