I was driving around this spring and saw a home that had a huge chicken coop and I saw some guineas. I stopped and asked if they had eggs and the lady told me yes but the hens were sitting on them and to come back in a few weeks. I dropped back by about six weeks later and she told me to hold on, she came back with 50 eggs. I asked how much do you want for them and she said take them. I didn't go to her coop because I was in the shade with her husband cursing the heat and the drought! I asked what color guineas she had and she said "the regular kind." I drove the eggs 100 miles to my house and popped them into the bator and they started hatching yesterday, 1 week early. It has been 95-100 deg here for a month si I guess they started incubating on the ground and in nests. I was happy to see that hardly any of the 10 or so that hatched so far are not pearl gray! I think this is a pied and will be solid(except for the pied) because it has no stripes. What do yall think?