Hey! The farm where I work every year during the Fall festival has a few free range birds I take care of during the winter. There's 5 guineas, 1 black shouldered peacock and 3 sebright hens. The peacock, Sweet Pea, is now two years old and wants a sweetheart. I haven't seen it but the owner says he struts around and spreads his tail around those tiny little sebrights hoping to make "peackens", I guess. So, he (the owner) says he wants to get Sweet Pea a peahen but, assuming we were to find one, how would we go about hooking them up? There is a wonderful, huge pen we could put them in together or would it be better to just put the girl in and let them see each other through the wire? All the birds there at this time free range but they go in the pen to eat and drink because that's where their food is. Last Fall festival, we had a second peacock that was new and he was kept in a pen for 2 months, until the festival ended. Sweet Pea would come up to the wire and they would fight each other through the wire. Then, they seemed to chill and would just hang out together with the wire in between. The plan was to let the second peacock out to range with the first after the festival ended. I thought it would work but, the day I let the second one out, he just wandered out over the hills and was gone! I would hate for the same thing to happen with a peahen. I know how to introduce chickens but know nothing about peacock/peahen relations.