I just acquired two Spalding peachicks and I'm super excited about this new venture! I got them both from a local breeder that's been overwhelmed with her peafowl and gave me one that was weak due to an assisted hatch and it's doing awesome now. The other was an egg in the process of hatching that she gave me because she was afraid that she would need to assist in it's hatching. One of them is already "displaying" for the other peachick! Funny, funny stuff! She also gave me 6 eggs. A couple were 15 days old so I'm wondering what their chances are of developing. She's had them in a very cool bedroom of her house and she told me she had been turning them every day. I placed all of them into the incubator so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that most will develop. I am learning very quickly that peafowl are nothing like chickens! I think because of their slower development that they are much more attached to mom so I have in turn become "mom" to my little guys. Everyone in the house let's me know when they are calling for me. I go to the brooder and baby them. Boy, they sure are going to be spoiled! I was thinking about giving them some treats besides their feed when they hit a week old. Any suggestions? Any other hints, tips, or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!