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Sorry for the delayed response. Last years issue was a truly fluke accident. We have llamas as part of our petting zoo, our old lady who was in her early 20s (very old for a llama) had a sezure, when she was disoriented she ran into the peacock enclose and with the thrashing took down half of the pen. I was focused on taking care of her in the moment and did not realize that my two peacocks, Philipe and Gordon escaped. Once they were out the disappeared within a few hours and we never saw them again. I do not plan on free ranging my birds even tho we have about 120acres and I'm only looking at having two or three at most. They have a three sided barn (12ftx12ft) that has perches about 6ft off the ground (easily adjusted if it suits him better) and then a chain link run that is about 8ftX 20ft
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Try Some of the breeders on the UPA website. they are listed by state.  Loudan Farms is near me in North East Ohio, and they may have birds they want to cull, or are not breeding/or sale potential.

Give it a shot, can't hurt.  Good luck

5 IB Peafowl, 1 Easter Egger,  1 Golden Laced Wyandott, 2 Buff Orpington, 1 Lavender Orpington, 3 dogs, 2 cats,1 rabbit, 2 teenagers and 1 hole-in-the-head. .
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5 IB Peafowl, 1 Easter Egger,  1 Golden Laced Wyandott, 2 Buff Orpington, 1 Lavender Orpington, 3 dogs, 2 cats,1 rabbit, 2 teenagers and 1 hole-in-the-head. .
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Ok thanks!
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