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?
Since Sunday 15 guinea fowl keets have successfully hatched out. I generally leave the keets in the incubator for 24 hours so that their feathers can dry out and they can fluff up. It is ok to leave them in the incubator for this length of time as they get their food from the sac. … Read more Guinea Fowl Keets
This post is dedicated to Sallyanne. Sallyanne purchased some guinea fowl hatching eggs from farmingfriends at the end of April (which was very much appreciated) and placed them under her broody hens at the beginning of May. Here is Sallyanne’s story. Dear Sara, Just wanted to let you know that the eggs arrived safely, beautifully … Read more Sallyanne’s Successful Guinea Fowl Hatching
This is my second guinea fowl hatch of the year. The 19 eggs have been in the incubator 28 days today (Sunday). Yesterday afternoon 3 of the eggs started to pip and by 9am this morning 1 guinea fowl keet had hatched and 2 more were close to hatching. At 10 am another guinea fowl … Read more Guinea Fowl Keets Hatching