After what seems AGES, and almost being at the point of thinking my 2 guinea girls that have been sitting on one pile of eggs in the chicken coop were imagining that their eggs were fertile - I have at least 2 babies today - I cannot tell you how HAPPY I am! I knew when I drove into our driveway that something was going on, the chickens were all chattering away and very excited by the door of the coop - took one look and there was the cutest little face peering out from under one of the guineas! Slightly perplexed about what I do now, its very very warm here, so they can stay in the chicken coop I guess, no need for a heat lamp? (Its 96f in the day and around 75f at night) - I've put a chick waterer in there and taken the other bigger water container out - now I have to put some starter feed in there? Will this be ok, or should I risk my life and try and remove the babies from the mothers and raise them in the old water trough until they are big enough to let out? The babies can't get out of the coop as I've put a piece of wood across the door that is open in the day. Any advice really appreciated!