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  Topic: female fanning tail?
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PostForum: Breeding and Genetics   Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:59 am   Subject: female fanning tail?
Hi, I know this is probably an old subject but I can't find the answer so far. I have what I believe to be a female peahen but the other day [she is one yr old] she fanned her tail and did a little s ...
  Topic: Missing peahens, please help!!!
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PostForum: Other poultry   Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 10:37 am   Subject: Missing peahens, please help!!!
Your post caught my eye because I am thinking of letting my peahen out to free range but am worried she will either leave or be eaten!
Yes, eaten, a coyote can easy carry off a peafowl, I have seen i ...
  Topic: Peacock as a pet
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PostForum: General Discussion   Posted: Fri Dec 02, 2016 9:40 am   Subject: questions
This is interesting subject. I hatched three eggs this spring, and since I had limited pen space I sold the most obvious pair. I kept the one I was not sure of the sex.
It is now assumed a female. ...
  Topic: New Member
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PostForum: Introductions   Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 10:28 am   Subject: New Member
WOW! You have a lot of ambition. I wish you great success with all of it!!
Big dreams about the peafowl, but dreams worth working on.
About half of what you said went over my head. LOL
But I wi ...
  Topic: Hello From Idaho!
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PostForum: Introductions   Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 10:22 am   Subject: Howdy!
Welcome, I am glad this forum is still alive and well, looks like a lot of the posts are old.
Maybe some newer members will get it rolling again I know there are some smart folks here that can help a ...
  Topic: OKIE!
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PostForum: Introductions   Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 10:19 am   Subject: OKIE!
Hello from Oklahoma. My name is Cheryl I live in south central OK.
I have raised many different kinds of poultry and I guess my favorite is the Peafowl.
I have been raising Silkie chickens since ...
 
    

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