What is the Best Coop For Guinea Fowls? FIND OUT!

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Guinea fowls don’t need a coop since they typically rest above the ground, like in barn rafters and trees. However, for the safety of your birds, it becomes essential to provide a coop.

It can be hard to catch a guinea fowl and get them to a coop, so it’s best to provide them with an option of shelter and run.

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Best Coop For Guinea Fowls

  • Wooden Chicken Coop, Large Outdoor Hen House with Nest Box Poultry Cage, Rabbit Hutch – Waterproof UV Panel

This is the most beautiful coop I have ever seen. We got two and did the double coop because we own 7 guineas. It is sturdy and spacious too!


It was rather simple to put together. The instructions were really easy to follow, and although not all parts were clearly labelled, it was still very easy to tell which piece is which by merely checking the pictures.

The screws are all labeled nicely and packaged well, and even had extras. All you need is a drill and a screw driver (for the bolts). To combine the coops, we just used a thick metal wire – it looks good. We also used 12 inch, 12 gauge stakes to secure it to the ground. It’s perfect!

The customer care was rather helpful. The smell of this coop is similar to Pine Sol – we loved it!

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  • Kinbor Wooden Hutch for Rabbits Outdoor Garden Backyard Bunny Poultry Cage Chick Guinea Pig Coop Small Animals House with 2 Ramps and Removable Tray

This is a great guinea fowl cage! It is bigger than you think but the assembly is a bit tough to do but if you follow the instruction, you should be done in less than an hour.


It has lots of room for your birds to play. It is sturdy and might require some inexpensive modification for your birds.

I would recommend this to anyone.

  • ECOLINEAR Outdoor 80” Wooden Chicken Coop Nest Box Hen House Poultry Pet Hutch Garden Backyard Cage (Chicken Coop)

This chicken coop can take a bit time for you to completely assemble but once done, this is a cute little coop that you will like.


It is rain-proof too; which is a plus.

Lastly, it has lots of space.

Best Run For Guinea Fowls

  • Magshion Wooden Chicken Coop Rabbit Hutch Pet Cage Wood Small Animal Poultry Cage Run

This sis a great bird brooder and can easily up to 70-100 baby chicks. It easily folds and is movable.

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It doesn’t need any assembly, just unfold and go. Easy as ABC!

This coop is simple to set up and light enough for you to move around. It will fit your guinea fowls and can be used as a portable coop to give them, some “yard time”.

My birds are in love with it. Half of it is covered which is an added bonus for your birds.

I would highly recommend this product. 🙂

  • Magshion Wooden Chicken Coop Rabbit Hutch Pet Cage Wood Small Animal Poultry Cage Run

This wooden coop is easy for your birds.


For its price, it does a fine job. For more protection from weather forces, use a clear sealer to help protect it.

It is easily mobile to sheltered locations.

Author: Howard S. Baldwin

My name is Howard S. Baldwin. I am a work-at-home dad to three lovely girls, Jane + Hannah + Beauty. I have been blogging for the last 3 years. I worked for other Home and Lifetsyle blogs, did hundreds of product reviews and buyers’ guides. Prior to that, I was a staff accountant at a big accounting firm. Needless to say, researching and numbers are my passion. My goal is to be an informative source for any topic that relates to DIY life and homemaking.

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