We have two IB cocks about 1.5 years old., maybe a little less. They have been free ranging with our chickens on our twenty acres, and we have not had problems with them staying home, they were in a pen for the first four months we had them, so they know where they live. We have had some pretty cold snowy weather here the past few weeks, so peas and chooks have spent most of their time in the barn, but the past few days have been mild, so everyone is coming out for a walk. The peacocks have been widely wandering, going into our neighbor's yards across the road, and staying out til well after dark. They always come home but we are worried about them getting hit by a car, though we live on a country road there is still some traffic. I think they are looking for peahens, they have given up on the idea of our chickens as a love interest.....I was wondering if we got a couple of hens, about the same age if we can find em, if that would help to persuade our cocks to stay home? Of course the hens would spend their first few months in a pen here. I haven't wanted to get hens bc I have heard that peas can be very prolific and we don't want a lot, we really only just want two, but we are very attached to these birds and I would hate to see something happen to them. Help please? Thoughts?