Guinea Fowl Eggs For Sale In Uganda

Guinea Fowl Eggs For Sale In Uganda

What Is Guinea Fowl Egg?

Their eggs are smaller than chicken eggs and are very hard-shelled. The eggs are light brown and speckled and are also vibrant eating. Guineas aren’t fussy about where they lay an egg. Anywhere they happen to be will do.

How can you tell if Guinea eggs are still good In Uganda?

Fresh eggs will lie on their sides on the bottom of the bucket. When an egg is a few days old, it will have one end that tips upward at a slant; if the egg is stale, it will stand on its end; and if the egg is rotten, it will float to the top. Any egg that floats in any way, shape, or form, I call it rotten.

What can I do with Guinea fowl eggs In Uganda?

Guinea eggs can be eaten just like chicken eggs (and should be collected daily if not used for hatching purposes). During the laying season, it is common for a guinea hen an adult female at least one-year-old to produce an egg a day.

How long do guinea fowl sit on eggs In Uganda?

Guinea fowl are not renowned for being great mothers and will not necessarily sit on the eggs until they all hatch. The eggs will take around 26 to 28 days to hatch and you can use a broody hen or incubator if the mother is not really interested.

Are Guinea fowl eggs good to eat In Uganda?

Yes! Guineas are not usually raised commercially for eggs because they do not lay as many or as often as chickens do, but their eggs are totally edible and can be used much like chicken eggs. Guinea eggs are a bit smaller than chicken eggs- roughly 2 guinea eggs to equal one large egg.

Can guinea fowl lay 2 eggs a day In Uganda?

A guinea hen will lay an egg almost every day during her laying season except when broody. That’s 6-7 eggs a week.

How do you take care of Guinea fowl eggs In Uganda?

The best way to artificially incubate Guinea fowl eggs is in a forced air incubator at 99.1 F (37.4 C) for 28 days at a humidity level of 50%. The eggs must be turned at least three times a day and preferably five times a day.

How much can you sell guinea eggs for In Uganda?

Guinea Eggs are UGX 18707.76/dozen. They are a rare treat that’s hard to find anywhere! Guineas eggs are small, but they only lay in the warm months, beginning in April. Because guineas prefer to graze on insects, their yolks are super rich and tasty (even richer than duck eggs!).

Are guinea eggs easy to hatch In Uganda?

Having incubated guineas three times now, I can attest that despite the hard shells on their eggs they aren’t any more difficult to hatch than chickens are. Not even when you use a cooler to keep them warm as I do!

What age do guinea fowl start laying eggs In Uganda?

Females begin to lay eggs at about 12 months of age. Do you have a space for them through the winter months? Guineas will need adequate winter housing. You will need a plan for winter timekeeping of the birds.

What do newly hatched guinea fowl eat In Uganda?

For the first 5 weeks of age, feed guinea keets a 24-26% protein turkey or game bird starter, then after 5 weeks of age, they can eat standard chick starter feed. Medicated feed is OK to use for guinea keets, especially if the weather is hot and humid which encourages the growth of coccidia in the environment.

How many eggs do guinea fowl lay per day In Uganda?

A healthy guinea hen will lay an egg a day. If the eggs are removed from the nest, she will most likely make a nest somewhere else. If all but four or five eggs (marked for identification) are removed, she may return to the same nest and continue laying.

How many eggs does a guinea fowl lay a day?

A healthy guinea hen will lay an egg a day. If the eggs are removed from the nest, she will most likely make a nest somewhere else. If all but four or five eggs (marked for identification) are removed, she may return to the same nest and continue laying.

Where to buy Guinea Fowl Egg In Uganda?

Miracle Farm Supplies

7GXH+99P, Kampala, Uganda

+256 776 834949

Naggayi Poultry Farm

Hoima Rd, Kampala, Uganda

+256 701 090237

Xanno Quality Eggs Poultry House

 12A Buziga 7959, Kampala, Bukasa, Uganda

+256 754 462266

Magranch Eggs Limited

Nansana Wakiso Disrict, Kampala, Uganda

+256 754 955004

Henry’S Poultry

Central Uganda /Kampala /Kawaala/Mugema, Kampala, Uganda

+256 779 303053


Nateete, off Nakawuka Rd, Kampala, Uganda

+256 704 144215


Mukono Setta, Kampala, Uganda

+256 706 713017

Biyinzika Poultry – Matugga Branch

Opposite Top Star Salon, Jona Plaza, Kampala, Uganda

+256 788 239875