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Kansas Kid    Posted 06-22-2002 at 19:31:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
We finally got all the guineas hatched and ended up with 35 we have four different colors. Also a friend of mine has Peacocks and Peahens that hatched a little Peachick and kept kicking it out of the nest so we took it and the three eggs under her and put in the incubator and hatched the other 3 but one did die. So we still have 3 doing good. How long will it be before I can tell if I have Peacocks or Peahens?

DHunter    Posted 06-23-2002 at 04:37:04       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'd like to know that myself. We have been having peafowl for several years now and the peahens hatch a few every year. Most of them disappear for some unknown reason but one or two usually survive to adulthood. Had one that turned from a peahen to a peacock at about age two years. Looked axactly like a peahen up until then.

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