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21 APRIL 1989

Raising guinea fowl for profit

31 YEARS AGO

To run a successful commercial guinea fowl breeding operation, begin with at least 50 birds and maintain a viable rate. This was the advice of guinea fowl breeder Martin de Waal.

De Waal and his wife Lulu started their guinea fowl venture in their Pretoria backyard, but have since moved their breeding stock to

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