Byproducts of guinea fowl include byproduct bone meal (usable bones, head, and feet), meat, eggs, and blood meal. Bone meal is usable bones are dried and crushed. Bone meal is mostly used in pet foods.  Guinea fowl meat is sold just like chicken but more of a specialty meat. Guinea fowl eggs are half the size of a chicken egg and still edible. Blood meal is dried, powdered blood that is used as a high-nitrogen organic fertilizer. 

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