I'm using two dozen Guinea eggs I got for a buck and a half to test it out. Temps remain constant and I've been candling them. Progress is good so far!
Where on earth did you find 2 doz. guinea eggs for $1.50? That's The Grand Bargain of the month, what a score!
If you get a good hatch and don't want that many guineas, the keets should be really easy to sell. I've never found any for less than $4 each. Always paid at least $10 for adults.
It was at an auction in a little country town. They were winding down the bidding on fertile eggs and nobody else bid on them. Figured I couldn't pass that up. I have noticed Guineas go for a good bit more than most chickens at these auctions, so I figure I have nothing to lose.
"There are too many books in the world to read in a single lifetime; you have to draw the line somewhere." --Diane Setterfield, The Thirteenth Tale
What I'm reading now: Aquaponic Gardening, by Sylvia Bernstein.