Keeping Guinea Fowl

Guinea FowlGuinea Fowl are a more unusual type of poultry to keep in the garden. They certainly have their benefits though. They make for great “guard dogs” alerting their owners if there are any predators in the vicinity.

Their eggs are as tasty as both chickens and ducks and their colouring can be bright and unusual. The have their own quirks of character making them an interesting family pet provided they have been well-handled from chicks to avoid any aggression issues.

Guinea Fowl Articles

A Guide to Guinea Fowl Hatching, Housing, Feeding & Health

A Guide to Guinea Fowl Hatching, Housing, Feeding & Health

Guinea Fowl Hatching Guinea Fowl should be hatched the same way as chickens, ideally with a broody hen but if not available an incubator using the same heat and humidity settings as recommended by the manufacturer for chickens. The only difference...
Guinea Fowl in the Back Garden - Keeping Guinea Fowl

Guinea Fowl in the Back Garden - Keeping Guinea Fowl

A Brief Guide on Keeping Guinea Fowl By John Harrison "Those who wish to commence keeping these birds will do well to procure sittings of egg from one, or still better, two different stocks, so as to lessen the chance of close interbreeding, and...

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