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It was a serious game of hit and miss for me! Only the peafowl that were born here actually stayed! There are elements of danger involved too...
Thanks guys. I've had meat spots before and know what they are but obviously this was a bit unusual.
Found it this morning. Can I eat the egg? Doesn't look like a meat spot at all.[IMG]
I can hear a strange tapping noise inside the egg now and again, better just leave it and hope!
I know I shouldn't be posting here, but this was the most promising area for answers. This is my peafowl egg at 27 days old, due tomorrow. I had...
Hey! Congratulations! I got my first egg last year. Peahens can lay eggs at one supposedly but I think it's more usual for around the age of two!...
This was my peacock last year. Indian Blue. Father of my first peachick!
Hahahaha good one [IMG] I have asked a couple people, and they both think it's partridge, so its in the incubator now!
But it may just be a partridge egg seeing as I have peafowl. (They attract pheasants, partridge and doves etc)
Thats not possible, all my hens are large fowl and lay in the nesting box, not outside. Plus they are all 2 years +
Help please, I am going to incubate it
Thank you. I have an odd feeling it is either pheasant or partridge.
I have found this small egg outside my Chicken/Peafowl pen. I have 6 laying hens, and a Peahen that lives with them. The Peahen is 9 months old...
I have Hens that are laying, and a 9 month old peahen
I found this egg last night outside my chicken pen. It was quite cold, and I'm pretty sure it hadn't been there more than a couple days. What is...
totally disagree!!! 7
Use a net but be careful not to hurt them. I would recommend catching them at night.
I use Anti Mite Extra....
I ban you because I'm in love with duccles :'(
People often give roosters away! You should try one out!