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Old 12-02-2012, 04:28 PM   #1
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These birds? Never seen them before, everyone I know has a different opinion.


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Old 12-02-2012, 04:35 PM   #2
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They are Guinea hens

http://www.guineafarm.com/guineas.html


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those are guinea fowl. lots of people keep them for breeding and raising on farms and such.
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Yep. Domestic birds. Someone is missing their Guineas. Noisy as hell. Will remove ALL ticks from an area. Predators show up, you will know it.
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there Guinea's


lol i had to look up how to spell it right
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Thanks for the quick replies! They were in the road and wouldn't get out of the way. Never seen them before, cool looking birds.
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Ya there great for tics an whatnot in the yard
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And Yes, they taste just like chicken!!!
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There'd be a bird missing when I brought the flock back. Damm coyotes must have got one..
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Yep them are Guinea's, we had them when I was a kid, meanest damn bird in the barn yard, especially a old hen sitting a clutch.................


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