Guinea fowl are hardy disease free birds that are kept for delicacy meat, eggs, insect-control and their beauty.They are easy to keep as they eat feed similar to other poultry such as chicken... The birds sound an alarm whenever anything unusual occurs on the farm.Guinea fowl are credited with killing small snakes and mice.
There’s no denying that guinea are easy to keep as they are independent birds, self-sufficient foragers who will find much of their own food. Guinea fowl will lay anywhere and everywhere, particularly favoring large clumps of nettles. The eggs are deeply flavoured, with large golden yolks and surprisingly tough shells.
Guinea fowl are often kept for their meat eggs which are regarded as healthy supplements.
Guinea fowl is considered a good source of protein. The yolk of guinea fowl contains a high proportion of sodium, potassium and iron. The whole Guinea fowl can be recommended for infants and children for proper growth and good bone development