Splayed Legs In Guinea Fowl Keets

Splayed legs are when a guinea fowl keets legs are not in line correctly but splayed out making movement and standing difficult. Splayed legs can be the result of the newly hatched keets not being able to get a grip on the floor of the incubator or brooder and as a result the legs will … Read more Splayed Legs In Guinea Fowl Keets

Curled Toes On Guinea Fowl Keets

On occasions a guinea fowl keet can hatch out with toes that are curled up into a fist shape. Sometimes they may straighten out on their own in the first day or so but if they don’t  you can make a pipe cleaner shoe for the keet to wear which will help to straighten out … Read more Curled Toes On Guinea Fowl Keets

Coccidiosis In Guinea Fowl

What Is Coccidiosis?  Coccidiosis is a common parasitic disease of poultry which affects the digestive tract. Symptoms Ruffled feathers. Unthriftiness. Head drawn back into shoulders. A chilled appearance. Thirsty. Milky white diarrhea which may have blood in it. If not treated can lead to mortality. Die at night. Causes Coccidiosis is caused by a protozoan parasite … Read more Coccidiosis In Guinea Fowl