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post #21 of 73

Good I hope the incubator will give you lots of peachicks!smile

8 peafowl: 1 India Blue, 1 blackshoulder, 1 pied, 2 splits (pied or white), 3 whites.

Proud to be Native American and happy to have wonderful family & friends.
"Everything is possible with God."

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8 peafowl: 1 India Blue, 1 blackshoulder, 1 pied, 2 splits (pied or white), 3 whites.

Proud to be Native American and happy to have wonderful family & friends.
"Everything is possible with God."

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post #22 of 73

Well I called the lady that has the Peafowl eggs and she said she was just going to give them to me!!! epthbow

She said she has 4 peahens and 2 peacocks. The boys are White and "normal colored", I'm asuming India Blue? husmile And I don't know what the color the peahens are, but she said she'd call me when she got the first egg. I'm sooooo excited!! celebrate

Breeding:

 

 

~ Seramas ~ Bantam Splash Cochins ~ LF Coronation & Light Sussex ~

 

~ White & Colored Sebastopols ~ American Buffs

 

~Buff Orpington Ducks ~ Muscovys ~ Calls

 

~ Peafowl ~

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Breeding:

 

 

~ Seramas ~ Bantam Splash Cochins ~ LF Coronation & Light Sussex ~

 

~ White & Colored Sebastopols ~ American Buffs

 

~Buff Orpington Ducks ~ Muscovys ~ Calls

 

~ Peafowl ~

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post #23 of 73

What a score! That is great I hope you have luck with them!
What is a good price for peafowl eggs anyways?

8 peafowl: 1 India Blue, 1 blackshoulder, 1 pied, 2 splits (pied or white), 3 whites.

Proud to be Native American and happy to have wonderful family & friends.
"Everything is possible with God."

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8 peafowl: 1 India Blue, 1 blackshoulder, 1 pied, 2 splits (pied or white), 3 whites.

Proud to be Native American and happy to have wonderful family & friends.
"Everything is possible with God."

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post #24 of 73
Quote:
Originally Posted by MinxFox 

What a score! That is great I hope you have luck with them!
What is a good price for peafowl eggs anyways?


I know!!!

I don't know...$30 dollars???? hu

Breeding:

 

 

~ Seramas ~ Bantam Splash Cochins ~ LF Coronation & Light Sussex ~

 

~ White & Colored Sebastopols ~ American Buffs

 

~Buff Orpington Ducks ~ Muscovys ~ Calls

 

~ Peafowl ~

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Breeding:

 

 

~ Seramas ~ Bantam Splash Cochins ~ LF Coronation & Light Sussex ~

 

~ White & Colored Sebastopols ~ American Buffs

 

~Buff Orpington Ducks ~ Muscovys ~ Calls

 

~ Peafowl ~

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post #25 of 73

We have 3 cabinet incubators and 2 hatchers and the most that I ever payed for one was $175.00 and that was for the Dickey all 3 have turners that work I paided $150.00 for the GQF and $100.00 for the Leahy, We go to auctions and find them pretty cheap sometimes.

Steve

post #26 of 73

Mrs. Fluffy Puffy :

Quote:
Originally Posted by MinxFox 

What a score! That is great I hope you have luck with them!
What is a good price for peafowl eggs anyways?


I know!!!

I don't know...$30 dollars???? hu


$10.00 to $25.00 ea

I have some Bronze Peafowl Eggs that I will sell for $8.00 ea plus shipping, In order for them to be fresh I could do about 3 eggs at a time.

Steve

post #27 of 73
Quote:
Originally Posted by Choctaw Valley Farm 

Mrs. Fluffy Puffy :

Quote:
Originally Posted by MinxFox 

What a score! That is great I hope you have luck with them!
What is a good price for peafowl eggs anyways?


I know!!!

I don't know...$30 dollars???? hu


$10.00 to $25.00 ea

I have some Bronze Peafowl Eggs that I will sell for $8.00 ea plus shipping, In order for them to be fresh I could do about 3 eggs at a time.

Steve


Huh, that's cheaper than I thought!! lol

Breeding:

 

 

~ Seramas ~ Bantam Splash Cochins ~ LF Coronation & Light Sussex ~

 

~ White & Colored Sebastopols ~ American Buffs

 

~Buff Orpington Ducks ~ Muscovys ~ Calls

 

~ Peafowl ~

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Breeding:

 

 

~ Seramas ~ Bantam Splash Cochins ~ LF Coronation & Light Sussex ~

 

~ White & Colored Sebastopols ~ American Buffs

 

~Buff Orpington Ducks ~ Muscovys ~ Calls

 

~ Peafowl ~

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post #28 of 73
Quote:
Originally Posted by Choctaw Valley Farm 

We have 3 cabinet incubators and 2 hatchers and the most that I ever payed for one was $175.00 and that was for the Dickey all 3 have turners that work I paided $150.00 for the GQF and $100.00 for the Leahy, We go to auctions and find them pretty cheap sometimes.

Steve


i need to move to the south up here we have no poultry auctions we put up alot of adds on craigslist astuff like that we had 2 people try to sell us them for 700 hahahaha i told them a new one is 500-600 hahahaha i will start looking for auctions around here i think they do one at uconn once a year.

we work with black,blue,buff,lavender,an white orpingtons,,blue slate turkeys, siver pied  an white peacocks an 2 alpine dairy goats we raise them all on horseshoe hill poultry farm in mansfield connecticut.
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we work with black,blue,buff,lavender,an white orpingtons,,blue slate turkeys, siver pied  an white peacocks an 2 alpine dairy goats we raise them all on horseshoe hill poultry farm in mansfield connecticut.
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post #29 of 73

I incubated 54 peacock eggs last year,,hatched out 40 of them. 7 of the 14 that didn't hatch were clear when broken open. I won  several auctions off e-bay from Park Hollow Exotics in Iowa,,,I always tried to locate eggs withing 300 miles or less from me. I have a Brinsea 190 EX,,have it set on 99.6 degrees,,turner is set for every 180 minutes,humidity is on 45% the entire time,and eggs are placed pointy side down. I stop turning them 2 days before hatch and move the entire tray to the botom shelf.
  I have found if the peachick does pip the egg,and takes longer than 24 hours to emerge,,it will have splayed legs or crooked toes,or both,maybe it's just my luck,but every single peachick that took longer needed taped toes and tied legs for 2-3 days,then they were fine.

"Excuse me for working so hard but I must support the 12 milllion who are on Welfare"

 

 

Bronze, Opal B/S, Midnight B/S, Purple B/S. Black Shoulder Silver Pied ,Cameo w/e, Peach, India Blue, Taupe, Charcoal

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"Excuse me for working so hard but I must support the 12 milllion who are on Welfare"

 

 

Bronze, Opal B/S, Midnight B/S, Purple B/S. Black Shoulder Silver Pied ,Cameo w/e, Peach, India Blue, Taupe, Charcoal

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post #30 of 73
Quote:
Originally Posted by Choctaw Valley Farm 

Mrs. Fluffy Puffy :

Quote:
Originally Posted by MinxFox 

What a score! That is great I hope you have luck with them!
What is a good price for peafowl eggs anyways?


I know!!!

I don't know...$30 dollars???? hu


$10.00 to $25.00 ea

I have some Bronze Peafowl Eggs that I will sell for $8.00 ea plus shipping, In order for them to be fresh I could do about 3 eggs at a time.

Steve


I would be more than happy to take 3 of those bronze eggs  smile  Let me know if you have them available.  Bronze is one of my favorites, and I would like to add a couple more to my pens.

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