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  • Hi...I started a post about my male peacock and injured foot (with photos) if you have a minute I would really appreciate your opinion . Should I take him to a Vet I know in town, that deals with large birds/peacocks. Thank you in advance. Maureen
    KsKingBee
    KsKingBee
    It doesn't look like anything you can fix at home and maybe the vet can not either, I don't really know. It appears like it could be tendon damage. I am afraid that the vet will charge you much more than the bird is worth.
    Hopefully, it is something else and an easy fix.
    M
    MoChkRch
    Thank you for your reply and time.
    Maureen
    KsKingBee
    KsKingBee
    Sorry I am not of much help but a vet exam is a good idea.
    Do you have any purple chicks or eggs for sale?
    KsKingBee
    KsKingBee
    All we have left are a few late hatch Purple BSSP. Contact Spring Creek Peafowl on Facebook for more details as I don't come here very often.
    Hi, I just wanted to remind you that I am still in search of a Charcoal hen. We talked about this earlier in the year and you said you thought you would have some later this year, so I just wondered if you still think so, and when it would be possible to ship. I am still looking here locally, but so far no luck. Please let me know, when you can. I'm not in a big hurry.
    KsKingBee
    KsKingBee
    We produced quite a few chicks but still haven't been able to reliably sex them. Sid from Texas Peafowl is planning to stop in here later this month and will help me judge them.
    I would appreciate your advice; my 1 year old females laid two eggs. I found them this morning when I went in to feed. The males are only a year old also. I thought the girls would not lay eggs until they were two or three. Could you give me some advice? I was surprised.
    KsKingBee
    KsKingBee
    Had your yearling hens been with a mature male they could have possibly been fertile but the chances of a yearling cock being capable of producing a fertile egg are very slim. I had a yearling Violet BS hen lay four eggs and two were fertile and hatched but they were under two-year-old cocks in a grow out pen.
    Bill,
    You may not remember but I purchased a couple of Cameo pea chicks from you back in July and they were doing great until this past Friday. One of them ( the male) flew up and broke his neck on the top of the pen. Do you have any young Cameo peacocks available?

    Thanks,
    Tolly
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