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In peafowl you will get birds that share characteristics of both parents EXCEPT when it comes to colors. Colors work very differently.
Loud pied india blue. You'd be better off picking up the eggs and incubate them yourself.
probably split to white or pied.
If it's killing your chickens to it probably isn't blackhead.
I'd think about penning your birds before they start getting hit on the road. It's not a matter of if but when it will happen.
Could also be purple BS. They can be raised alone but it's not recommended. As for feathering I wouldn't worry about it.
They may come back they might not you never know.
a nest for peas is a shallow depression in the ground shaped like a bowl. It is usually lined with some grass. You'd know it if you saw it so this...
Not a nest just laying eggs everywhere.
I'm hoping to import some violets this fall. They are not currently present in the US.
Most people don't sell them as chicks most people sell them as juvenily pairs. Buying juveniles is better anyway.
don't bother with lockdown it's not worth the trouble.
apple cider vinegar.
Don't bother with the ACV it doesn't do anything anyways.
Is there a way I can email you some pictures for the peafowl database site? I have some of the Indigo variety which I don't believe you have up yet.
I wouldn't trust them over ten days either even though there have been instances where eggs have sat longer and still hatched.
Is there any way to get in contact with the moderator for that site? I have some photos I can contribute.
The yellow chicks are likely blackshoulders
to young to tell for sure without DNA sexing.
Probably won't make it, if they can't get out of the shell on their own they rarely survive in my experience.