i have one pair of Guineas, Gwen and Gustav, they sure are loud. Our neighbors said that the Guineas are keeping our side of the street predator free so far. The pair wander from our land to theirs and now their small dog is safer from the bigger birds that have been harrassing it. I was wondering, how do you know if your eggs are fertile? I have yet to see them "clucking" as we call it. (I also have chickens and the kids hear them clucking when they "cluck" hence "clucking".) I would love to add to the herd, but I would hate to spend all this time in trying to hatch them for them not to do anything. They are very free range, every once in a while roosting down with the chickens. I collect an egg every day depending on if i can find her nest, she moves it almost every day to every other day. Once i found her nest with 7 eggs in it. If it is just a try to hatch and see thing, well I will just have to keep trying. I have tried her eggs several times in the incubator and by day 10 there isn't anything, just a very clear egg. I am pretty sure i have a male and female. http://photobucket.com/MtWashFam this is a pic of my pair.