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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 10:04 am 
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I have never had guinea fowl before so i honestly know nothing about them! I have been watching 2 for a friend and trying to sell them for her. I have a lady who wants them and when i went to catch them one took off! RUDE!! I have the other one caged so i was wondering if the other one will come back? The caged one is calling and calling. I am amazed at how they fly!

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It probably depends on how long you have had them at your place. Less than a couple of weeks an maybe not. :? The best time to catch them is in the dark (as long as they haven't roosted at the top of your tallest tree). Fingers crossed.

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well i still have not seen her but she was seen in the neighbours yard today!

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Well that is positive. Scatter some wheat in your yard and hopefully she will come over (they love wheat :wink: )

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