So I have a pair of India Blue peafowl. I had a male I had come across in March -here's the thread.... https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=465980 whom I quickly named Rescue Pete. After treating him and nursing him through some very rough days I fell in love with him. Once I knew he was going to "live through the night" (thanks to the wonderful people on here) and make a recovery I went on a quest to find him a companion-and I did. A peahen just a couple estimated months older than him and she was due to start laying this past spring. This season Penelope layed 13 eggs. This is her first year laying. My question is if she will lay more next year or is this somewhat near the number of eggs she will lay every year?? They seem very happy together. I have a 10x12x8 coop with a 12x32x8 foot run for them. I'm hoping for peachicks next year, but I checked his fertility this year and it was a no go. I know 2 years seems to be the magic number, but I'm wondering if peahen tend to lay more eggs as their age progresses?? Thanks in advance!!