We make it easy to buy French guineas online...
Simply pick your hatch date and checkout. Your guinea keets typically arrive at your post office two days after their hatch date. All you have to do is go pick them up at your post office!
15+ | $4.10 / keet
25+ | $3.85 / keet
50+ | $3.10 / keet
75+ | $2.85 / keet
100+ | $2.10 / keet
150+ | $2.05 / keet
200+ | $1.95 / keet
300+ | $1.90 / keet
Maximum Order: 500 keets
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We guarantee the safe arrival of your keets. Of course, you have a responsibility to be a good caretaker as well. Click the button below for all the details.
The little babies are now a week old and all arrived healthy and happy. Would order from here again!
Got them on time, healthy and happy. They are getting bigger every day and thriving. Very happy with them.
Very healthy birds! They are doing great! Would order from you folks again!!
Fast service and healthy chicks.
All keets arrived healthy and are doing well. ... The instruction booklet was very detailed and a great guide for first time experience with raising fowl.
Keets arrived on time and in very good shape. All are doing well.
Guineas make a world of difference with our bug pest population. This company will be my "guinea" shop from now on! Thanks!
Why French Guinea Fowl?
1. Control Ticks Naturally
You hate ticks. Guinea fowl love eating ticks. This is a win-win scenario for everyone involved (except the ticks).
2. Produce Delicious Lean Meat
French guinea fowl produce a lean, dark meat similar to pheasants and reach 5-6 lbs in just 12 weeks.
3. Watchdog Personalities
Guinea hens make a racket whenever strange animals or people (like Uncle Bob) are sneaking around. This means Guinea hens can be loud!
4. Selectively Bred from Heritage Lines
Our variety of French guinea fowl are not genetically modified but have been selectively and naturally bred by the French for generations.
NPIP Certified Guinea Fowl Keets
We follow the National Poultry Improvement Plan testing guidelines and practices for excellent quality keets.
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