Hi, so I posted this on one of the "sticky" informational threads but I've seen people on there instructing others to make their own threads as that is not often checked. I am not exactly likely to get peafowl in the near future, I currently have many chickens and three emu eggs incubating so more crazy birds might not be wise, however it's been discussed in my family off and on for the past few years. I would like to know; do peafowl make good pets when hatched from eggs? Do they like being petted or just hanging around people? I had geese last year, they flew around and wandered the property while I wasn't around, and they hated being petted, but they'd follow me if I was within sight and come if I called to them. They'd even fly after the car if they saw me get in it. Are they similar to geese in any way? I've tried looking for this but mostly I get care information, genetics information -Very interesting-, and perhaps a little information on human interactions with peafowl bought as adults or perhaps chicks, which is not entirely useful since if I get any I definitely plan on hatching them as I prefer it because hatching and mothering various creatures is fun and usually produces friendlier pet birds for me.