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Discussion in 'Peafowl' started by missevie, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. missevie

    missevie Out Of The Brooder

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    I will post pictures tonight, hopefully. I have a green spaulding cock as my male. So that much I know for a fact. Now this is where I might have a problem, I have a green split white hen and an IB hen. The IB is only a little over a year, but became very broody this year.
    I am just now getting fertile eggs even though my male lost his train 2 months ago. Two hatched within the last 2 days and one is due tonight. I have no clue who the mother is and what the babies might be. What are the most likely options for each female to have been bred with my male? I will psot pics of the chicks tonight
     
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    Heres the chicks and the dad. Along with pics of the two possible mothers. The hen pic is a little old
     
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    missevie Out Of The Brooder

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    Before anyone says anything, yes the crooked toes are straight now
     

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