I have 6 guinea fowl; one male and 5 female, 11 months old. They have been raised together since 2 days old. I am trying to hatch keets "naturally". One of the hens has become broody and sits on her eggs constantly, only getting off her nest (inside the coop) for a short amount of time. Often, another hen will sit on the nest as well. I have marked several eggs with the date and do not collect those eggs to see if they will hatch. If the eggs hatch, I plan to confine the keets to the coop for several weeks, allowing the adult guineas access to the coop and run. Of course, the keets would have access to food and water. I live in Oklahoma where the night temperatures range in the 70-80's. I am hesitant to add a heat source in the coop due to fire hazard. Will a guinea mother keep her new keets warm enough at night? I do not want to remove the keets once hatched from the flock because I have read that they will not be well accepted when returning to flock and I would like to raise the keets as naturally as possible to ensure their acceptance by the flock. I would appreciate any advice from anyone who has experience raising keets with a hen/flock. Thank you!