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Compared to chickens, guinea fowl are low-cost and low-maintenance, and do a standout job as chemical-free pest control. Originally published as

Raising Guinea Fowl: A Low-Maintenance Flock - Sustainable Farming

Raising Guinea Fowl: A Low-Maintenance Flock - Sustainable Farming - MOTHER EARTH NEWS.Gail Damerow's article covers these very helpful and entertaining farm birds, that I grew to love and appreciate!

Waterfowl - This is the female wood duck. Her back looks like stained glass. - photo by Chris Cochems

Waterfowl - This is the female wood duck. Her back looks like stained glass. - photo by Chris Cochems real, hybrid, or photoshop?

guinea fowl- supposedly good for eating insects in the garden without damaging the plants

My favorite fowl. guinea hen fowl - great for eating insects in the garden without damaging the plants. Good watchdogs too, if anything new comes on the place you hear about it/them! (this includes any snakes too)

Show your kiddo's a view of the Vulturine Guinea fowl - he's so beautiful, why does he look so unhappy?

The vulturine guineafowl (Acryllium vulturinum) is the largest extant species of guineafowl. It is a resident breeder in northeast Africa, from southern Ethiopia through Kenya and just into northern Tanzania.

Some-kinda Peacock (whatcha macallit) ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends V" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/fowl-feathered-friends-v/

Purple Peafowl <<< I've never seen a peacock that looked like this before! I hope this isn't a photo shop shot cause I love the colors.

13 Reasons why you should raise Guineas

13 Reasons why you should raise Guineas

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