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Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by casportpony, Aug 25, 2013.
I just sold two of my peachicks that hatched in June. It was sad to see them go...
I know i don't want to sell any of mine but i know in time i will have to.
I know how you feel. It was hard for me as well.
While there are some we keep because of their genetics and there are some that I would love to keep just because of personality traits or colors, I find that when the last one is sold I am actually relieved. We start looking forward to next year about two weeks later.
I know what you mean, I do feel relieved, lol and Mike is a little happier with the money I recovered.
Question... would I be incorrect if I advertised my chicks with white flights as being able to produce white when bred to another with white flights?
Yes. Example India blue split white parents produce White, India blue with white flights, And India blue , three , genetically different chicks
Yea, I know ALL ABOUT WHITES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!