Is there anyway to tell the approximate age of IB Peafowl? I just recently got 2 "new to me" birds... an IB Peacock that could be 1 yr old, or 2 yrs old, (we aren't sure), and an "older" IB Peahen that I have no idea about... I was told she is possibly 5-6 yrs old. Just curious if there's a way to narrow it down (cuz it's not like I can open their mouths and look at their teeth like I can on a goat or horse, lol). Obviously if the Peacock has a much nicer/longer tail by spring than he has currently I think it'll be safe to assume that he's probably a 2 yr old... but what about the Peahen? (They came from different sources). I can see that she has some pretty pronounced/developed spur "nubs" on her legs, as opposed to what my young 6 1/2 month olds have (just little bitty bumps). Just curious if you Peafowl Pros have any pointers/secrets on determining age on IBs? I'm still learning, and I have a lonnnng way to go, so any help is much appreciated If pics would help, let me know, I'll do my best to get some decent pics if you let me know what exactly you need pics of... in the meantime there's some pics on this thread, post #16 - https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=599714 , but none that show the "old lady's" spur nubs (or whatever they are called, lol). TYIA! ETA... One more question: I've done a bunch of reading/absorbing of Peafowl info already, but I have yet to find an answer to this question as well... How long are (IB) Peahens productive? I know they kick it into gear around 2-3 yrs old, but when do they stop laying fertile eggs (assuming that they have a prime choice fertile male as a mate of course).