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Pearl Guinea Fowl

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Pearl Guinea Fowl Keats

Quantity Discount Levels
Num. Birds 1-14 15-29 30-59 60-119 120+
Price per Bird $6.49 $6.24 $5.99 $5.49 $4.99
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Price: $6.49
Breed Specific Minimum: 5

Availability: Taking Pre-Orders for May Shipments


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Pearl Guinea Fowl

The Pearl Guinea is the most popular color of domestic Guinea Fowl found on farms throughout North America. The domesticated Guinea originated from the wild Guinea in Western Africa. Guinea Fowl are some of the most useful and hardy domesticated land fowl in the country, and their wide range of utility and low to zero maintenance once mature have helped them become increasingly popular throughout countrysides across North America in recent years.

As Lyme Disease, a tick born illness, has become more and more prevalent in the Eastern United States, many farm owners with livestock and family have turned to Guinea Fowl to help eradicate the danger. Guineas are especially known to immensely enjoy snapping up ticks out of tall grass where they tend to thrive and pose threats to dogs, children, and livestock nearby.

Guinea Fowl are also known for their alert behavior and vocal nature. Guineas are said to be effective at warding off hawks, rats, foxes and snakes with their cry; helping to protect not only themselves, but other chickens, ducks, or geese, on the farm that are prone to attack by predators.

Once raised from young, Guineas will pretty much live wild and roam free once mature, but since they are territorial, they will stay in close proximity to where they have been raised. Guinea Fowl also are an excellent bird to harvest for its meat, tasting almost identical to pheasant.

For more extensive information on the benefits of owning a flock of guineas, tips and tricks for raising and breeding guinea fowl, and other helpful information check out this article from Mother Earth News: Raising Guinea Fowl: A Low-Maintenance Flock
Product Facts

Pearl Guinea Info

  • Weight - Males: 4-5 pounds; Hens: 3-4 pounds
  • Color - Blueish gray plumage regularly marked with white spots or bars of white on the feathers, larger well rounded white circles toward the rear of the bird, red beak, dark brown eyes, dark gray feet with some faded orange color
  • Egg Color - Dark and spotted
  • Egg Production - between 60-100 from around March through August
  • Country of Origin - Western Africa

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 10 Write a review.

Services and Accessories for this Product
Basic Chick Care Package
Price: $4.99

Baby Chick Care Package - Shipped with and Order of Baby Chicks
Deluxe Chick Care Package with Medication
Price: $24.99

Deluxe Baby Chick Care Package - Shipped with and Order of Baby Chicks

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Guineas August 7, 2014
Reviewer: J. Scott Barrus from Castalia, NC United States  
These were shipped USPS.  All arrived healthy and in great shape.  They are doing well.  Will buy all my chicks from eFowl!

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All ok July 15, 2014
Reviewer: William Cawthon from New River, AZ United States  
All arrived ok

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guineas July 1, 2014
Reviewer: Reba Traylor from Sheridan, WY United States  
Delivery was prompt. Lost a couple but overall birds seem healthy. Will order again.

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Guinea Hen Chicks June 25, 2014
Reviewer: Barbara from Exeter, RI United States  
Chicks arrived promptly on the day specified in excellent condition.  They are healthy and thriving.

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guinea keets June 23, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Burton, TX United States  
All 16 keets arrived alive and in apparent good health, however the three keets that were much tinier than the rest upon arrival never did grow any  at all.  The last of those three died tonight. I was diligent about temperature and cleanliness.  Do you have any explanation?

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