sara | March 12, 2011
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 pretty [...]
sara | July 9, 2010
Just thought I would let you know that I received an email from Gary who recently bought some of my guinea fowl eggs for hatching.
He emailed a few weeks ago to let me know that the guinea fowl eggs had hatched and he had 4 keets.
Hi there farming friends, once again thanks for the Guinea [...]
sara | March 26, 2010
I received a couple of tips if your chicks have splayed legs that I thought would be useful to share.
“Its my opinion from many years of hatching, that getting the splayed (spraddled) legged chick on 1/8 inch wire as soon as possible will correct most chicks with this defect. Keith”
“My wife has cured splayed legs [...]
sara | January 28, 2010
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 spread [...]
sara | January 7, 2010
I recently received a comment asking about the management of guinea fowl hen sitting on her eggs and the keets that hatch out.
We have a guinea fowl in our garden who has been sitting on her eggs for a long time now and some of them hatched this morning. We built a shelter around her [...]
sara | October 17, 2009
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 [...]
sara | July 20, 2009
All the books and research says that you shouldn’t help keets out of the shell and that opening the incubator can affect the rest of the eggs hatching. I have not had to help quail hatch as they managed to all hatch at the same time and relatively easily. I have however had to help [...]
sara | May 4, 2009
I am always delighted to get feedback about the products I am selling at farmingfriends, so I was thrilled to see my Incubating, Hatching & Raising Guinea Fowl Keets eBook described as well written.
“Yes, I have downloaded the e-book and have enjoyed reading your very well written and informative book.”
At a cost of only [...]
sara | April 10, 2009
I was delighted to receive this lovely email praising my Incubating, Hatching and Raising Guinea Fowl Keets eBook;
I got it, thank you so much, this is the best information about guineas I have ever been able to obtain, I wish I could of had this last year when I first [...]
sara | March 15, 2009
Want to know the secrets of raising guinea fowl successfully?
‘Incubating, Hatching & Raising Guinea Fowl Keets‘ will tell you everything you need to know!
Is Incubating, Hatching And Raising Guinea Fowl Keets eBook for you?
Yes, if you:
want to incubate successfully
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feed growing keets correctly
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