Was trolling thru e-bay last week one evening and just out of curiosity sake went to the poultry hatching eggs catagory,,typed in "Peafowl" and lo and behold,,noticed several listings for no later than June 2013 delivery of peafowl eggs on auction. I saved one of these listings to my "watch" list. Auction was for 2 eggs from an overflow pen from a breeder in Kansas,,had a starting price of $65,,,or a Buy it Now price of $80,,never got a bid.Auction ended Nov 16th. I see these same ads appearing closer to laying season and I can justify in some instances why some breeders may do this pre-sale of eggs.I have also read countless accounts here and other places where people who wins these auctions so far in advance of the actual item to be delivered,or "produced" as in the case of a peacock eggs,,that they never get what they bought and it's far too late for anyone to do anything to try and re-coup their loss of money. I think to try and sell something you know you will not have access to producing at least 6 months prior is greed.Maybe since the auction ended without a bid,others feels the same way.Thoughts from the BYC pea council here are invited.