This year’s brood of guinea fowl keets have arrived and are growing steadily in their brooding box. They’ll be in the brooding box for a month before we let them loose on the the grounds. These guinea fowl are ornamental but they also help to keep the pests down, especially ticks, which is always a plus.
Here’s a quick video of our cute little peepers. Notice when one gets separated it freezes and puts out a little distress call before jumping back to the brood.
The adult guinea fowl will mix with the peacocks as ornamentation for the grounds at Eagle Manor.