Guinea Fowl Free Range

Available all year

  • Free range and slow grown
  • Raised on a natural diet of cereals and forage 
  • Tastes like a gamier corn-fed chicken
  • Serves 3-4  weight between 1.3kg and 1.45kg

With very few British farmers rearing free-range guinea fowl, we had to look a little further afield across the Channel to a group of farmers leading the way in sustainable free-range farming for our free-range guinea fowl.

On our supplier’s French farms, our free-range guinea fowl are given free access to a large outdoor pasture with plenty of grass to graze and trees for shade as soon as they are fully feathered and can maintain their body temperature outside. Their healthy, natural diet includes cereals as well as forage and they are grown longer for maximum flavour before travelling a short distance to the group’s slaughter sites. The result is an unbeatably tasty bird with firm, full-flavoured meat that’s perfect for dinner parties or Sunday roasts.

£13.95


Christmas Orders

Place your order for 2021 Christmas delivery up until our last order date of Wednesday 8 December 2021.
Please visit our Christmas information page to find out more about delivery options.

TIP: With the increased pressure on couriers this year, you might want to consider choosing an earlier delivery date than usual this Christmas. Although fresh goose and turkey can only be dispatched the week before Christmas, if you would like to eat something else & have space in your freezer consider wild game or some of our other free-range poultry and meat without the worry of last minute delays.


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Delivery Information

Your order will be dispatched within 2 working days or you can specify a preferred date when you checkout. Standard delivery is available from Tuesday to Friday, morning or Saturday deliveries are also available.

All our meat is delivered using an overnight signed for courier service. These couriers are selected for their high delivery success rates but delays may occasionally occur. Please do not refuse or return any delayed delivery - our insulated packaging will fully protect your order for 48 hours from dispatch so claims cannot be made for deliveries received within this time period. We recommend choosing a delivery date at least one day ahead of when your order is required to avoid any potential disappointment, and stating ‘no signature required’ for further flexibility.

Charges
Delivery is free for orders over £85, £7.95 for orders between £20-£85 and £11.95 for orders under £20. Additional charges apply for morning and Saturday delivery slots regardless of order value. Large orders can sometimes incur a £5 additional weight delivery charge. This often applies to the in-fur products which have to be dispatched in two consignments when 8 or more are ordered together.
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Returns & Refunds

We want you to buy our goods with complete confidence. We take great pride in the quality of our goods but if you are not completely satisfied with the meat you receive, please contact us, sending photographs, to explain what has gone wrong and we will endeavour to replace, refund or give credit for any defective goods (according to your wishes). You also have statutory rights to return certain types of goods, set out in our terms and conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are your products supplied fresh or frozen? We often freeze our game so that we are able to supply seasonal meat all year round. Typically we thaw the meat for one to two days (depending on the weight/size of the product) in a 2ºC environment (for cutting and/or packing) prior to dispatch to you. Read more...

Can you tell me the ingredients of your stuffings and processed products? Yes, full ingredient lists are available. Read more

Do your products contain shot? All our meat in the game meat and game bird categories may contain some shot or shot fragments, as they are culled by hunters using shotguns or rifles. The only exception is squirrel, which is humanely trapped. In most cases the shot is not found in the meat, as shotgun pellets normally rest in the bone or the internal cavity and bullets usually travel right through the body. Shot is made from copper, steel, tungsten, bismuth or lead. For more information on the phasing out of lead, please read our blog.