Pearl guineas are the most common type of guinea. Guineas make excellent tick control.	Pearl Guinea Keets		Pearl Guinea Keets		Pearl Guinea Keets		Pearl Guinea Keets		Pearl Guinea Keets		Pearl Guinea Keets

Pearl Guinea Keets

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Pearl Guinea Keets

For more information about raising Guineas including brooding and housing, read our Help Desk Article.

Guineas are shipped on Tuesdays, USPS Priority Mail, and will typically arrive in 1-3 days at your local post office. Day old guinea keets are not available for pickup and they are straight run only. Guineas have a combined minimum of 15--you are able to mix and match the different varieties and colors that we offer to meet the minimum.

The Pearl is the most common color pattern of guinea. They are dark gray with white dots (pearls) on their feathers. Their heads are featherless and have a bright red crest and wattles.

Guineas can be a great addition to your flock for several reasons. They eat lots of insects, especially devouring ticks. Guineas are also excellent alarms and can help protect your flock from daytime predators. Learn more about raising guineas on our blog.

Guinea hens can lay 60-100 eggs per year, but they do tend to hide their nests. Guineas have rich, dark, flavorful meat and are considered a delicacy in many areas. Male guineas weigh about 3.5 pounds and females about 3 pounds. They can easily fly short distances and like to roost high in trees.
Origin: Africa
Comb Type:
Egg Color: Creamy Brown w/Dark Brown Flecks
Egg Size: Small
Production: Excellent
Bird Size: Hens 3 1/2 lbs Cocks 4 lbs
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