first off thank you for the add and now I have a few questions

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by boldinsbarnyard, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. boldinsbarnyard

    boldinsbarnyard New Egg

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    I am wondering if I can put guinea with turkeys. Or guinea with pheasants. I kno to keep chickens separate. But this will be my first time getting pheasant keets. I have had baby guinea before but hawks got them all in a week.
    Now im moved and we are building a chicken coop to hold chickens. Turkeys. Pheasants. And guinea. All but one breed will be sectioned off. 4 kinds of poultry and game birds yet only 3 spaces..
    When I had my flock before I had chickens. Guinea. Ducks. And turkeys all in one barn. Now im building more space and seperate pens.

    Next question is Will my pheasants fly away? ive never had them before and want to keep them as safe as possible. If anyone on here has a good setup please take a picture and let me kno what you are doing for them!
     
  2. BantamFan4Life

    BantamFan4Life LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME DO. Premium Member

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    Welcome to BYC! I'm glad you joined us! :)
     
  3. Pork Pie Ken

    Pork Pie Ken Monkey Business Premium Member

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    Hi and welcome to BYC. I'm sorry, i know nothing about either bird, but if you post your question on either the pheasant or guinea forums (pull down the bar where it says "Forum Nav"), hopefully you will get an answer.

    All the best
    CT
     
  4. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

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    Sorry I don't know about other birds but you can use the search box for finding them. Put "Guinea thread," in the search box and it will pop up. Then ask you questions of people who raise and know about them. Then do the same for "pheasants," in the search box.
     

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