Tag: guinea hen eggs
Guinea fowl are very entertaining to watch as they patrol across the property. Typically, the birds forage for food as a group or in small groups within eyesight of each
Ferguson discovered the answer to natural pest control on the homestead: Guinea fowl. Guinea fowl tend to pick bugs and insects from within their reach.
Instinct will tell a guinea hen to lay her eggs in a secluded, hidden location. It’s the nature of guinea hens to share nests, so the clutch will build rapidly.
Raising guinea fowl is a rich and rewarding experience when you understand the real benefits of what these exotic birds can bring to your life and your farm.
Ask people why they’re keeping guinea fowl and you may be surprised. Many keep guineas to control insects but that’s not their only appeal.
An egg separator seemed useless until I cracked open an egg to use for making guinea hen egg pound cake and tried to separate the yolk from the white.
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