sara | March 13, 2011
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 consider.
With the eggs in the [...]
sara | January 9, 2011
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 usually [...]
sara | September 4, 2009
Having hens, ducks, guinea fowl and quail on the farm, means that we regularly have an abundance of eggs to use up.
Here is a list of recipes using eggs:
Asparagus And Soft Boiled Guinea Fowl Eggs Recipe
Avocado And Egg Mayonnaise
Blueberry Baked French Toast Recipe From Helene At Once Upon A Pine
Cauliflower Cheese With Bacon And Quail [...]
sara | August 10, 2009
Our village produce show has just celebrated it’s 20th year which is a great achievement for a small village.
Each year the committee members (me being one of them) look at the categories and make slight changes to the programme and a couple of years ago I suggested an egg category. Since it’s addition to the [...]
sara | July 29, 2009
I have been asked if my eggs are seasonal or if I have eggs all year round.
Do you have eggs all the year round. Or are they seasonal? If so, how many months of the year do you have eggs for?
This is an interesting question.
I have free range hens and the hen eggs [...]
sara | June 24, 2009
I have been asked if guinea fowl lay eggs. The answer is yes guinea fowl hens lay eggs and guinea fowl eggs can be eaten like hen eggs can.
Guinea fowl that free range like to lay their eggs on the ground as they are ground nesting birds and they like to lay their eggs in [...]
sara | June 18, 2009
I have a glut of guinea fowl eggs which are delicious soft boiled, and in fact my favourite soft boiled egg. My friends over @ TopVeg suggested that I try serving asparagus with soft boiled guinea fowl eggs so here is the recipe.
Bunch of asparagus tips. (5/6 per person)
Bread for toasting. (2 per person)
Bacon rashers. [...]
sara | June 8, 2009
I was delighted to receive an email at the weekend from Maria, one of my farmingfriends customers who ordered some guinea fowl eggs for hatching, telling me that her guinea fowl eggs had started to hatch.
Just wanted to say that the eggs started hatching and so far we have 3 x grey and 1 x [...]
sara | May 18, 2009
My guinea fowl hens like to share nests and lay their eggs in the undergrowth and large nettle patches. If I take the eggs, even though I may leave some in the nest to encourage them to continue laying they will after a week or so move on to a new nest.
I have only been [...]
sara | May 2, 2009
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 [...]