Can you eat guinea fowl eggs? Yes is the answer and they are “eggstremely” tasty – my opinion! Did you know? Roughly 2 guinea fowl eggs = 1 large chicken egg. Guinea eggs are brown. The shells are very hard! In the laying season, guinea hens lay daily. No Tags
December 2005 – I had a bit of a problem today when I tried to put the guinea fowl back in their huts. They do not like to stand and walk in the snow which has arrived just a little late to make it a white Christmas. Typical! This snow was going to be a big problem to me … Read more Guinea Fowl Do Not Like Snow – They Think It’s Foul!!
Cattle and guinea fowl do not really mix well together. I first realised this last year when my housework was interrupted by an awful lot of squawking. Picture the scene….. Farmer’s wife with feather duster in hand, poised and ready to dust, when suddenly the tranquil calm was disturbed by the machine gunner noise of … Read more Cattle and Guinea Fowl Do Not Mix!
Guinea fowl chicks are called keets. They are born with their eyes open. Their bodies are covered in down when they are first born. Keets can drink and feed themselves without trouble after 24 hours. They eat crushed up chick crumbs for the first 6 weeks. Keep the keets in a brooder with a temperature … Read more Guinea Fowl Chicks
It is very difficult to identify the male and female guinea fowl birds. This picture shows the male on the left and the female on the right. From this picture you can see that the male has a larger helmet and wattles than the female. Female Guinea Fowl .V. Male Guinea Fowl Females hang lower … Read more Guinea Fowl Gender Identification
Are you interested in raising guinea fowl? OR Do you already have guinea fowl? If so this is the blog for you! I wanted to set up this blog so that more of the world can learn about these amazing birds and guinea fowl enthusiasts around the globe can share guinea fowl information. My name is … Read more Calling All Guinea Fowl Enthusiasts!