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  1. red horse ranch

    Review by 'red horse ranch' in article 'Introduction to Keeping Guinea Fowl'

    I've been keeping guineas for 8 years and you have described them perfectly. Very good article.
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    Comment by 'red horse ranch' in article 'How to Raise Peafowl: Information on the Basics'

    I have been raising chickens, guineas and turkeys for years but I got my first peachick today. Thanks for such good information. I wasn't quite sure how a peachick differed from the other birds I've been raising. I'm looking forward to this new experience!
  3. Raising The Young Guinea - 6 weeks to 3 months old

    Raising The Young Guinea - 6 weeks to 3 months old

    6 week old guineas exploring the outdoor pen for the first time. By the time keets are 6 weeks old they are mostly feathered although the head and neck will still be covered with down. At this age they are called young guineas. If the nights are warm, above 60 degrees, they can be moved...
  4. Getting Started With Guinea Fowl

    Getting Started With Guinea Fowl

    BEGINNING WITH GUINEAS In sparsley populated Wyoming guineas were not a common sight a few years ago. I had never seen one and didn't know anyone who had them. I knew very little about them. But I thought they would make a nice addition to my chicken flock. We have a lot of rattlesnakes in our...
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