I would'a probably done the same thing. Don't count them dead yet. Guineas sometimes set on more eggs than they can cover, but the eggs don't usually go bad. They just take a day or 2 longer to hatch. Move 3 eggs from the yard hen and give to your asil hen. All should be able to handle them without to much of a problem then. Best of luck with your hatch.
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