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Pearl Guinea

I'm a guinea lover!

A review on: Pearl Guinea
guinealeghorn

Pros: eats: ticks, bugs, snakes, mice, and weeds. Feathers are pretty.

Cons: You have to have a large yard for free ranging, noisy, small eggs, not the friendliest.

I'm going to be honest. Guineas are not for anyone. Most of the time, guineas are antisocial, noisy jerks. If you handle them from keets, though, you can get them to let you hold and play with them. They are noisy and will NOT shut up, so I suggest a coop not attached to your house. Also, the neighbors might object to the noisiness... However, if you live in the country, with lots of...
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Very Beautiful
Very Beautiful

Oriental Roller

Pros: Cool shape, beautiful dancer, good mate, and okay parent.

Cons: Not the best flyer and wasn't a great parent the first time through it.

Fun and hardy birds!
Fun and hardy birds!

Birmingham Rollers

Pros: Great parents, good flyers, beautiful, and very tame!

Cons: Aggressive to each other.

Awesome breed
Awesome breed

Parlor Tumbler

Pros: Easy to handle, catch, and keep

Cons: Never had no cons with the breed

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American Show Racer

American Show Racer

First bred in the early 1950s from racing homers.

American/Standard  Fantail Pigeon

American/Standard Fantail Pigeon

The fantail was first introduced to North America in the mid 1800's and soon became popular, original development was in Britain, but it was perfected in America, earnig the name “American” Fantail.

Birmingham Rollers

Birmingham Rollers

“We started out with one pair and now have six. They have been great parents and haven't lost a single squab or egg. Our pair has raise there six chicks plus a foster baby that they hatched and raised.   Some of our rollers pigeons.   Everest   Pearl   Marco and Taylor. ” --GoldenFlight

100% Positive Reviews
Buda Pest Tumbler [Pigeon]

Buda Pest Tumbler [Pigeon]

A rare breed of pigeon often kept for exhibition purposes.

Emu

Emu

“ love ours we raised our from 6 hatching eggs we got for 1,000 only for hatched and now they are only 4 yrs old. we play with them every chance we get we will go up and tag one of them and run off them they will chase us and peck us them we will have to chase them ( can never catch them) ” --Poultryboy15

100% Positive Reviews
German Double Crested Trumpeter

German Double Crested Trumpeter

Bred from the Russian Trumpeter in Germany.

Golden Pheasant

Golden Pheasant

“The golden pheasant. Everyone has probably seen one at some point in a zoo or aviary. You see them and you will be sure to comment on the brilliance of the male, you probably won't even see a hen. You will probably think that they are only ever kept in zoos as such, and that they would be impossible to keep in your back garden. You couldn't be more wrong. They are a fantastic bird to have in an...” --maxpedley

100% Positive Reviews
Helmeted Guineafowl

Helmeted Guineafowl

“ I had bought six from a local auction in NC as 2 week old keets, I had never had them, but my husband had while living on his dad's farm. We had a little over 90 acres at the time and my husband kept saying what good watch dogs they were, and I wanted something to protect my silkies and gold star laying hens since they free-ranged everyday while we were at work (only about 8 minutes away). We...” --jsp28504

100% Positive Reviews
Homing Pigeon

Homing Pigeon

“Loving these guys. I have 2 different bloodlines - both great- though one is more colorful than the other. As a general rule of thumb, better birds usually are plain colors, as they were bred solely for homing. These guys (when bred for FLYING and not show) are great flyers, hard to home (so that once they 'home' to a place - ie, fly back to it repeatedly - and rehoming them means that they...” --CochinBrahmaLover

100% Positive Reviews
Lady Amherst's pheasant

Lady Amherst's pheasant

A very close cousin to the Golden Pheasant, one that often hybridizes with them. Similar care requirements and temperament. http://rosamondgiffordzoo.org/assets/uploads/animals/pdf/LadyAmherst'sPheasant.pdf