African Guinea Fowl
Guinea Fowl are known for traveling in large flocks and are best suited to stay in groups of 6 or more. They are low maintenance and low cost. They do a great job of free pest control by consuming ants, flies, wasps, grubs, grasshoppers, and ticks. Many ranchers also buy them for discouraging rattlesnakes.
A domestic Guinea hen lays eggs seasonally. Their eggs are a light brown, sometimes speckled with shells three times tougher than that of a chicken.
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