We found 19 eggs and incubated them. Fortunately 2 nights later a raccoon hit the replacement chicken eggs, followed by snakes and more raccoons. Last night our keets hatched. We have a nice brooder box, they really seem to love it. We are keeping the water warmed with one light. Question- how long do you have to keep giving them warm water? Wasn't sure if it was until they get their feathers or longer. They run around and are drinking from the tray with marbles and also the chick waterer, which they learned how to peck immediately. They are enjoying their chick grower feed. Our first guineas were 4 month's old when we got them, so we didn't have to raise them from keets. Anything that we should know or look out for would be helpful. We love our guinneas.