Guinea fowl don’t tend to scratch the ground like hens do.
The only time guinea fowl tend to dig is when they are making a nest site and they tend to scratch into the ground to make a hollow shape. They usually do this under hedgerows or under a nettle patch and not in the middle of a flower bed. My guinea fowl don’t disturb my flower beds.
Guinea fowl do like to dust bath so providing them with a specific area that has soft sandy soil is good for the guinea fowl as dust bathing is a birds way of controlling mites and lice.
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