Guinea Fowl. Guinea Fowl as pets. Guinea Fowl Keeping, Pros and Cons, Care, Housing, Diet and Health. (Paperback)
Guinea Fowl are known as the "farmer's watchdogs". These birds are very useful on agricultural areas as they keep pests at bay. They also eat up all the weed that can destroy cops. Most often, in case of a pest infestation, guinea Fowl are brought in as organic measures to control the problem. In addition to all this, these birds are also extremely entertaining and make great companions. They are not prolific egg layers but the seasonal eggs that they lay are very nutritious and are considered a delicacy in most places. There are several varieties of guinea Fowl that are available in different colors. That makes them perfect ornamental birds that can also be entered in several poultry shows. All in all, a guinea Fowl is a great choice for a pet. If you plan to bring guinea Fowl home, you need to provide them with the care that any pet would require. These birds need good nutrition and shelter to keep them protected. Whilst most people think that it is enough to raise free ranging guineas on the farm, the truth is that their requirements in terms of nutrition and care will change as the birds grow and progress. From incubating the eggs to taking care of the hatchlings, to enabling the breeders to lay healthy eggs, it is the responsibility of the owner to take care of all the needs of the guinea Fowl. This book gives you all the information that you will need as a beginner in the world of guineas including: -Finding the right source to obtain your birds from -Getting healthy birds home -Progressive care for guinea pigs -Nutritional requirements of guinea Fowl -Proper healthcare for guinea Fowl -Housing requirements of guinea Fowl -Predator management -Pecking order and behavior -Breeding and Incubation This information will equip you to raise a healthy flock. All the information given in this book is based on personal experiences of Guinea Fowl owners. Therefore, they are the most practical tips available to you. These birds make wonderful pets and are hardier than any other type of poultry. All you need is the right information to help your flock. This book is the guide you need when you step into the wonderful world of Guinea Fowl.