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White Peafowl Yearling Pair

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White Peafowl Yearling Pair

IMPORTANT ORDERING INFORMATION: Peafowl are shipped on Wednesdays, USPS Priority Mail Express, and will typically arrive in 1-2 days at your local post office. Peafowl are not available for pickup. Male peafowl with full tails may arrive with tails clipped or taped to facilitate shipping. Juvenile Peafowl are DNA sexed. Wings can be clipped upon request, please inform Meyer Hatchery if you do want the wings clipped when ordering. Juvenile and adult peafowl ship for free. 

White Peafowl, Pavo cristatus, originated from India but now can be found throughout Europe and America. Although sometimes mistaken for albino birds, these all white birds have dazzling blue eyes and pink skin under their plumage. The white peafowl is a color mutation of the India Blue Peafowl, and will always breed true to their color. 

Peafowl in the wild consume a diet consisting of seeds, grains, plants, insects, berries, and small reptiles, but peafowl kept in captivity will need a steady supply of standard game bird feed and a clean, fresh water source. 

White Peafowl prefer a free-range environment, but can be kept in a large aviary setting with trees or shrubbery for cover, as they will nest on the ground but will also roost in the trees at night to protect themselves from predators. They will also need a good shelter in the colder winter months. As with any white bird, be aware that they are more easily visible to predators, and therefore, extra protection may be necessary.

White adult male peacocks will reach an average weight of 9 to 13 pounds and adult females weighing approximately 6 to 9 pounds. Females are mature at 2 years of age and males at 3. Clutches of 4 to 8 buff colored eggs are laid between March and July with an incubation period of 28 days. Peachicks are born fully feathered weighing just over 3 ounces and are able to fly in only a few days.  The lifespan of healthy peafowl in the wild averages about 20 years, but in captivity can reach 40 to 50 years of age. 
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