Hello everyone, I suppose you all will see me here some in coming months as I post a bit about my new peas. I was lucky enough to "inherit" 3 adult pair, 2 silver pied pairs and one Oaten pair. I am trying to convince my friend to build a pen at her house and take the Oaten pair. They are lovely but I have a farm full and the silver pieds are really the coloring I love. I will post photos as soon as I bring them home. Right now we have only started clearing the space to build the pens, though this past Sat. my dear friends helped me bring home the 8x16 ft 2 section peachick brooder pen. I figure we can use it while we are building their new pens from what we are tearing down from their old home. Here is phase one of Operation Peacock! (As my friend, Dixiebeast here on BYC, calls it) Yes, that is a turkey inspecting the top of the pen. They are always into EVERYTHING! The others are behind it and the Great Pyrenees is watching the woods for varmints. This coming Sat. we go into phase 2 of Operation Peacock where we tear down the old fencing, posts and pens where the previous owner had them and move everything over to my place and rebuild the large pens for them. I could not do this without the help of some really great friends driving an hour and a half up here every weekend and some weekdays to help me clear land and do all this work. Gee, I am one lucky gal!