Zazouse, here are my peas that bred recently...

zazouse

Crowing
10 Years
Sep 7, 2009
11,009
740
406
Southeast texas
Very beautiful and healthy looking birds, you should find eggs soon keep looking,

i found a hen sat down behind a pile of salt grass and when she got up i found she has layed me a pretty egg in the guineas nest, i got guinea nest everywhere now that i realize they are communal layers i need to check other birds existing nest like the geese and chickens,ducks and geese.
 

critters

Songster
8 Years
May 19, 2011
936
23
166
The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia!
Oh, ok...thanks for educating me!
I do appreciate your time and input...
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I am watching carefully for signs and hints as to where she may lay that first egg...can't wait!
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pedda munnangi

Songster
7 Years
Feb 19, 2012
327
12
111
I have a White Peacock and a Silver Pied Java Spalding Peacock
and they both have white flight feathers.......Why?
You will get 50% white spalding and 50% pied with single factor w/e spalding chicks. If your white is carrying a w/e gene single or double you will get silver pied spalding chicks.. No Indiablue chicks.
 

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