Yesterday, I kept her all day in a cage and she didn't lay. It's not like it's possible she can keep her eggs in, is it? And we had a male guinea before, so she can't be a male because when they were growing up, 3 females and one male, when the one male died, the rooster (chicken male) got twice as big. So we have one female now, and all her life she never laid eggs. Is it true that you need like 14 guineas to make them have eggs or something? I was thinking of cutting her open to see if she has eggs their but then I thought not to because she is my only guinea, my best friend. I even recall now having them in a coop all together, the chickens and the guineas, for two seperate rainy days, and they never made guinea eggs. I have never seen guinea eggs from any female. I know they make secluded nests, but I've had guineas for a year now and no eggs.