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  Topic: Will a peahen foster another hens chicks ?
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PostForum: Incubation, Hatching, and Peachick care   Posted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 1:09 pm   Subject: Will a peahen foster another hens chicks ?
I am sure you are speecking of peahens.
I have two small banty hens that I gave total of 4 peahen eggs to, in one nest.
All 4 hatched and each hen claimed two babies. Two hatched 3 days ahead of ...
  Topic: Removing eggs from setting peahen
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PostForum: Incubation, Hatching, and Peachick care   Posted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 12:59 pm   Subject: Removing eggs from setting peahen
I know this is way too late to answer now but I just saw the post. Maybe this will help someone else.
You can take the eggs away tonight but you will have to keep them the correct temp till new incu ...
  Topic: female fanning tail?
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PostForum: Breeding and Genetics   Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:54 pm   Subject: female fanning tail?
Thank you for that reply. I was sure she is a "she" and now I know for positive. She only did it once and she was being "wild" Her husband does it a lot though.
Only one yr ol ...
  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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