So, word has gotten around in my community that I am bringing along Guinea eggs, and I have gotten 4-5 inquiries from people locally who want to buy the keets - all of them - when they hatch. This is not something I had considered yet, these people came out of the woodwork. A little business opportunity, I guess! I have four adult Guineas....two paired-off couples. I just got the four of them about three months ago, and they worked out perfectly. They paired off immediately and are just eating the bugs like nobody's business. They even chased off a coyote the other day. We would love to have more than four, so when my husband came across a nest full of eggs, we plopped them in the incubator, and here we are, day 25, and all candled to show great big jumpy keets. We also have a whole bunch incubating for several weeks out from there. So here's the dilemma. Would it be foolish to turn down buyers of day-old keets? Should I raise the keets and keep them, or should we just enjoy the peace and harmony that our four Guineas are enjoying? We have a 40 acre horse farm with ten horses. No guineas on neighboring properties. What is your situation where you live, and what would you do in my shoes?