Incubating, Hatching & Raising Guinea Fowl eBook Review

I am always delighted to get feedback about the products I am selling at farmingfriends, so I was thrilled to see my Incubating, Hatching & Raising Guinea Fowl Keets eBook described as comprehensive information. Sara, Here in North Carolina USA my husband and I have hatched guinea  keets with an incubator. We’ve scoured the internet … Read more Incubating, Hatching & Raising Guinea Fowl eBook Review

Ways To Hatch Guinea Fowl Eggs

There are 3 ways to hatch guinea fowl eggs: 1) In an incubator. 2) Under a guinea fowl hen. 3) With a broody bantam hen. I was reminded of this the other day when I had an email from anne saying that she was going to try all three methods. Here are some things to … Read more Ways To Hatch Guinea Fowl Eggs

Do Keets Hatched By Guinea Hen Need Warmth From A Brooder?

I have been asked by a Incubating & Hatching Guinea Fowl Keets eBook customer if keets hatched by a guinea fowl will still need to go into a brooder for warmth. Yes, I have 3 guinea fowl. 1 girl and 2 boys. I’ve had them since they were 12 weeks and though fairly skittish, they’re … Read more Do Keets Hatched By Guinea Hen Need Warmth From A Brooder?

Will Guinea Fowl Hens Lay Eggs In A Nest Box Or Chicken Coop?

I have been asked if guinea fowl hens lay eggs in a nest box or chicken coop. From my experience the answer is generally no. I have been keeping and raising guinea fowl for the last 6-7 years and have found that they mainly lay their eggs from midday and early afternoon so they have … Read more Will Guinea Fowl Hens Lay Eggs In A Nest Box Or Chicken Coop?

Guinea Fowl Keets Progressing Well With Pekin Bantam Foster Mums!

Just thought I would let you know that I received an email from Gary who recently bought some of my guinea fowl eggs for hatching. He emailed a few weeks ago to let me know that the guinea fowl eggs had hatched and he had 4 keets. Hi there farming friends, once again thanks for … Read more Guinea Fowl Keets Progressing Well With Pekin Bantam Foster Mums!

Splayed Legs In Guinea Fowl Keets

Splayed legs are when a guinea fowl keets legs are not in line correctly but splayed out making movement and standing difficult. Splayed legs can be the result of the newly hatched keets not being able to get a grip on the floor of the incubator or brooder and as a result the legs will … Read more Splayed Legs In Guinea Fowl Keets