The coops are a different story. I need to weight till Monday to see what I need to build. The current plan is a row house with eight apartments. The first six will be elevated coops with egg boxes. The last two will be basically sheds with roosts for the turkeys and the peafowl. I have done the drawings to make sure we put a net on the top of the guinea fowl and peafowl apartments. Depending on the hatch rates, I may end up putting the peafowl and guineas in the same apartment.
OZ my understanding is that guineas are not as tough to manage if your are raised with chickens
the reason is they think they are part of the chicken flock
if raised alone they can give you a really hard time
& if they ever get out , they may choose to just roost in a tree.
so atleast while they are young you might want to put them in with a larger group of chickens
good luck & happy hatching