PLEASE NOTE: There are no guarantees that Guinea fowl will protect against snakes or rid your property of them.
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SOLD FOR SALE: Instant Guinea Fowl Business!

You get as per pictures in slideshow below:
Greatlander ‘Top Hatch’ automatic multi-stage incubator SOLD
Bellsouth ‘100’ manual turn incubator, 100 egg capacity SOLD
• 48 egg automatic turn incubator SOLD
• three brooder boxes SOLD
Ryobi petrol generator for backup during power outages SOLD
• numerous feed and water dispensers SOLD

  • Greatlander ‘Top Hatch’

    automatic multi-stage incubator

  • Greatlander ‘Top Hatch’

    automatic multi-stage incubator

  • Greatlander ‘Top Hatch’

    automatic multi-stage incubator

  • Brooder Box 1

     

  • Brooder Boxes 1 and 2

     

  • Brooder Box 2

     

  • Ryobi petrol generator

    for backup during power outages

  • Feed and Water Dispensers

     

  • About Guinea Fowl and Keets

    The Guinea fowl we know here in Australia is the Helmeted Guinea fowl (Numida meleagris). There are two other species not found in Australia to our knowledge: the Crested Guinea fowl (Guttera pucherani) and the Vulturine Guinea fowl (Acryllium vulturinum).

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  • Guinea Fowl Colours

    The colours we know of in Australia—and have bred—are:
    pearl grey (the original wild type grey colour with white dots (called “pearling”)); lavender (like pearl grey but lighter); silver; cinnamon, and white.
    In addition there are three body patterns.

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  • Care of Guinea Fowl

    Guinea fowl are low maintenance and very hardy birds, but like anything, a bit of care and attention from you will go a long way in their welfare. Keets (Guinea fowl chicks) can be taken to their new homes from 4 weeks of age when they are fully fledged.

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