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 Post subject: Re: Snakes & Guinea fowls
PostPosted: Mon Oct 30, 2017 9:13 am 
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The neighbours 3 guinea fowl just killed a 5 foot king brown snake and its was so quick only took about 5 mins to kill it woohoo4 woohoo4

Those guinea fowls are super hero's

Good going guineas i_like1

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 Post subject: Re: Snakes & Guinea fowls
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That's a decent size to take on for them, well done

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Bill wrote:
That's a decent size to take on for them, well done

good_post! Bill I agree nice work guys and girl guineas


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 Post subject: Re: Snakes & Guinea fowls
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What happens if they are bitten by a snake?


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Antivenin I guess


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 Post subject: Re: Snakes & Guinea fowls
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Linz wrote:
What happens if they are bitten by a snake?

They cant harm them as their teeth are too short to get past the feathers


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good to know that than657

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Yes as usual, I had no idea either


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 Post subject: Re: Snakes & Guinea fowls
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Bill wrote:
That's a decent size to take on for them, well done

I would like to take on a big snake one day but only the trouser kind honey

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 Post subject: Re: Snakes & Guinea fowls
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Well now, I've never been a fan of guinea fowl..until now. We have a few dramas with pythons coming out of the scrub and around the dam and scoffing some pretty expensive birds. Our geese tell us pretty quickly if a snake is around the dam, but the tigers that come out of the sticks are a worry. 'Lost a dog to them last year, - she was trying to defend a pen of chooks.
We have a donkey that was dumped on us that has proved to be a good snake killer, but can't be everywhere.

I will look into the pros and cons of guineas with much fervour over the weekend!

Thanks for the thread,
Andrew


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