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Guinea Fowl Eggs For Hatching For Sale In UK

Guinea Fowl Eggs For Hatching For Sale

6 guinea fowl eggs suitable for hatching in an incubator or under a broody hen. Only £3 plus £4.50 postage and packaging.

Eggs will be collected and posted within 3 days of receipt of order. (Please note that guinea fowl eggs can be stored for up to 7 days.) The eggs will be fresh and no more than 2-4 days old.

Six Guinea Fowl Eggs

Six Guinea Fowl Eggs

The eggs will be sent first class within the UK in a polystyrene egg container specially made for sending eggs in the post. Please note that this product can only be sent to residents of the UK and not overseas.

These eggs are for hatching and not for human consumption. Fertility cannot be guaranteed after postage.

The  guinea fowl free range during the day and roost in a poultry hut at night.

Free Ranging Guinea Fowl

Free Ranging Guinea Fowl

It is recommended that you let the eggs stand and settle for 24 hours at room temperature upon receipt before incubation.

Two Guinea Fowl Keets

Two Guinea Fowl Keets

6 Guinea Fowl Hatching  Eggs £3 plus £4.50 postage and packaging.

Testimonials

Dear Sara,
Just wanted to let you know that the eggs arrived safely, beautifully packed. My plan is to slip the eggs under my two broody hens tonight at bedtime and hopefully they will do the rest. It worked last time when I got one of my Silkies to hatch three Belgium Bantam eggs. I will keep you posted – fingers crossed.

Thanks again for being so helpful. I am sure I will have loads of Guinea fowl questions for you!

Best wishes
Sallyanne

At the end of May the eggs hatched. All the eggs were fertile.
Hi Sara,
Just wanted to say that the eggs started hatching and so far we have 3 x grey and 1 x white keets…all very happy and healthy….fingers are crossed that maybe a few more will hatch but if not we are very happy with the result and the keets are real  little poppets!  ….I’ve been trying to get hold of guinea fowl eggs for several years with no success, so thank you so much, also for the ebook….very handy !
I’ll keep you posted.
Many thanks and kind regards Maria

Hi there farming friends, once again thanks for the Guinea fowl eggs the eggs were put under my broody bantam, and exactly 28 days after a good result 4 eggs out of the 6 hatched I am very pleased, the keets are doing well, once again many thanks.
Gary

He has just emailed through some photos.

Gary's Four Guinea Fowl Keets And Pekin Bantams
Gary’s Four Guinea Fowl Keets And Pekin Bantams
Gary's Four Guinea Fowl Keets And Pekin Bantams
Gary’s Four Guinea Fowl Keets And Pekin Bantams

“Hi there, it’s Gary here, my little keets are doing well and are running about the hen coop with their two bantam mums, I am enclosing a pic taken last week, they are enjoying the sun and surprised me by flying onto the perches like budgies lol, I am pleased to bits with the 2 bantams which hatched them, and I can say I am getting a lot of pleasure watching their antics, thanks for the prompt delivery of the eggs, and very pleased with the hatch, now I am sitting back enjoying them. Cheers, Gary. PS My partner was waiting for them to darken lol”

If you are interested in incubating and hatching guinea fowl keets then the Incubating, Hatching And Raising guinea Fowl Keets eBook may be just what you are looking for priced at £3.50.


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19 Responses to “Guinea Fowl Eggs For Hatching For Sale In UK”

  1. Gwen Longton says:

    Hi Sara,
    Do you have any guinea eggs yet?

    Regards,
    Gwen Longton

  2. Lianne says:

    Hi Sara,
    I’m looking for Guinea Fowl hatching eggs. Need between 12 and 18 but want to stick with Pearl Grey colour. Are you able to supply this colour?
    Many thanks in anticipation of your reply.
    Lianne.

  3. Gwen Longton says:

    Hi
    I emailed in March. Am still wanting approx 6 guinea fowl eggs.
    Any chance ?

    Regards,
    Gwen Longton

  4. Andrew says:

    Hi,

    I would like to order 12 Guinea Fowl eggs for hatching, how do I go about ordering these.

    Thank you.

  5. Yvonne says:

    Hi

    Do you still have guinea fowl eggs for sale, we have broody hen. In the summer we hatched eggs under a hen, all hatched are are a happy and noisy inseparable group so we would like to try again!

    Thanks

    Yvonne

  6. vikki russ says:

    hi sara,
    im looking for guinea fowl eggs for a birthday prezzy for my wonderful mother-in-law, i’ve heard eggs are better as there homing birds. i cant see a phone number or email addy to contact you. my mother-in-law has chickens and ducks already and has always wanted fowls but her husband hasnt let her and he cant do nothing if they are birthday presnents. please please email me back, as i know she will love them, thank you, vikki xxxx

  7. vinayak rajput says:

    hi… sara,
    good after noon
    i think to start a hen hatch production form in my town ( zamania, ghazipur, u.p., india ).
    i have no idea about this so please guide me. what is the requairment in this.
    thanks

  8. william nicholson says:

    hi is your guinea fowl eggs ready i am after 3 dozen if possible got trouble with poachers shooting pheasants out my pens at night i am hoping the guinea fowl will make a noise and put the pheasants higher up the trees thank you

  9. lucy says:

    Hiya, could you also let me know when your guinea fowl are in lay.
    Thank you xxx

  10. Pip White4 says:

    Hi Sara
    Could you also let me know when you have some eggs for hatching as I would be interested to.
    Many thanks.

  11. sara says:

    Hi Nicky,

    Thanks for your enquiry re guinea fowl hatching eggs. My guinea fowl
    lay seasonally from about March/April til September and haven’t yet
    come back into lay.

    I do sell the eggs for hatching so I can will you know when they come
    back into lay this Spring.

    Thanks again and in the meantime I have set up a
    forum with a friendly bunch of members who help each other and there
    is a section on guinea fowl.
    http://farmingfriends.com/forums/forum.php?id=6

    I will be in touch once they start to lay.

    Kind regards
    Sara

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  12. Nicola Carsatairs says:

    Hi Sara,

    I’m interesting in buying 18 Guinea fowl eggs to incubate in a rcom 20 incubator. Please could you let me know how to go about this when the laying season starts.

    Kind Regards

    Nicky

  13. sara says:

    Hi Brian,

    Thanks for your enquiry re guinea fowl eggs. My guinea fowl lay seasonally from April til September, so at the moment they are not laying.

    I sell the eggs for hatching and for eating/cooking so I can let you know when they come back into lay in the Spring if you are still interested in buying some guinea fowl eggs.

    Let me know if you would like me to contact you in the Spring.

    Kind regards
    Sara @ farmingfriends

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  14. brian says:

    Hi, I am interested in buying 12 guinea fowl eggs from you, but cannot see where to “buy them” on this site.

    many thanks Brian.

  15. caroline vaughan-lee says:

    I hatched 6 guinea fowl keets in my incubator 8 days ago, then put them in a pen with a heater in a potting shed, they were doing fine but suddenly one, then three and then one more died over 24 hrs. One still lives. Were they too cold? or was the chopped lettuce I gave them on Friday the problem, were they too young for it or could it have had chemicals on it ( I didn`t wash it first). so sad….

  16. Anum Eric says:

    i am a student of one of the Agric college in Ghana and in Kumasi. Please i am writing a project on the mortality rate of guinea keets, i want to make a reguest if i could be of help as to what is happening in the industry so that i could use to support my project

  17. krishna kumar says:

    Sara,

    I am krishna from India. we do have a farm in my home and i rear three hens . I am intrested to grow Guinea, how and where i can get the fertilised egg?

  18. sara says:

    Hi Paul,
    Thanks for visiting farmingfriends and leaving your comment. I don’t have experience of putting guinea fowl eggs under a broody hen myself but have read that you can put up to 20 eggs under a broody hen but this will depend on the size of the hen. So I would suggest somewhere between 12 and 20 eggs depending on the size of your hen.
    Hope that helps and look forward to hearing from you.
    Kind regards
    Sara @ farmingfriends

  19. Paul Griffin says:

    Dear Sara,
    I’ve got 9 guineafowl and I want to add some more, I’ve also got a Maran hen that has just gone broody and I’d like to buy some guineafowl eggs from you.
    What is the maximum number I should put under a hen please?
    Regards,
    Paul.