We have had our guinea fowl about four years and the first couple of years were excited that we would have babies. We never got any babies. The only thing I got was jealous when I heard of other people who's guineas were having successful hatchings. We started with eight birds and this fall are down to two, thankfully a male and female. To our surprise they came out of the swamp the other day with, as far as we can count, 17 baby keets. It's been three days and it looks like they still have all of them. They are a crazier, more aggressive bird than a chicken, and they co-parent unlike a chicken, so maybe they will manage to get a couple of them to adulthood. The keets are so tiny though they look like peanuts running through the grass after their parents. There has also been an eagle circling the house so they better keep them close or they will go on the raptor buffet.