Hi y'all! I've been looking into peacocks for a while, but there are still some things I can't find concrete answers on. We have had chickens before, and we are actually going to try our hand at hatching some in the coming months, but honestly we are still pretty new to it all. Peacocks are my absolute favorite bird, and I would love to have some. We live on 5 or so acres, with 3 acres of it being fenced pasture. We are soon turning our feed room into a coop, and it's pretty good size. What would we need to make our place suitable for peacocks? I'm looking to let them free range during the day. I've heard you can clip their wings to help with the whole flying off problem, is this right? I would love to get them young and teach them to associate the new coop as their home as we have done with the chickens. We are also pretty far off from the major road. Would it be better to have a single one, or a m/f pair? Our three acres is fenced, with a miniature donkey and my mare. The fence is about 4 foot. With their wings clipped, can they easily get over this? I really would love a pair, so if anyone has any way I could make this work without building a large pen, please share! I would love for them to free range the pasture during the day (or even the rest of the property), and stay in the coop with our chicks at night if at all possible. So sorry about the amount of questions. Any answers at all are appreciated.