Every year at the end of the peafowl breeding season we clean all the incubators. This is important to improve the hatch rates of your next batch of eggs. After every hatching season, an egg incubator becomes a fertile and conducive breeding ground for different types of germs and bacteria. Additionally, if bacteria is allowed … Continue reading How To Clean An Incubator
It is a well known fact that peacocks do not really like cold or damp weather! They certainly are not keen when it snows, as then it is both cold and damp. We have indoor space for all our peacocks. However not all the peacocks choose to use it when when it is really cold. … Continue reading Cold Days For Peacocks
We always think one season ahead at Peacocks UK. So although Christmas and New Year have only just finished . Already we are thinking forward to the breeding season. It is at this time of year that the preparations that we make will impact on how successful the peafowl breeding season will be. First we … Continue reading Winter Preparations for Peacocks
I always love Christmas, it is always a special and busy time of the year. A time where the peacocks cannot take second stage, just because we are busy. I have to have some Peacock decorations around the house. Each year I add to my stock of Christmas tree decorations for my special themed peacock … Continue reading Christmas at Peacocks UK
Five steps to delivering the perfect peacock gift for Christmas If you are looking for an unusual gift for your loved ones then it really does not get more unusual than buying a gift of a peacock for a Christmas present! Peacocks and peahens bring great joy to the recipient. However just as if you … Continue reading A Peacock gift for Christmas
We have had a busy week at the Peafowl Farm. With baby peachicks hatching, peafowl eggs being sent all over the world and people collecting their peacocks and peahens with eager anticipation. We have also delivered peafowl for sale down to Cornwall, to Scotland and East Anglian this week. Now that the peachicks are hatching … Continue reading How to buy a peacock
.Last week the peahens were very busy and had a mega week laying eggs. All of a sudden I realised my two large incubators were not going to be able to cope with the influx of eggs over the next few weeks. I needed a new incubator and fast! First I had to research what was … Continue reading I have a new incubator for hatching peacock eggs
This week we have had over fifty hatching peafowl eggs laid by the peahens. The peahens have really started laying with abundance. We have started to actively sell the hatching peafowl eggs. This week over twenty peafowl eggs have been carefully packaged and posted off to their excited new owners. Every day now we are getting … Continue reading Hatching Peafowl eggs a plenty!
It is always a day of extreme excitement when we are waiting for the first peachicks to hatch. No matter how many years we breed peafowl it is always exciting when the peafowl breeding season approaches. This year has been no different. It all starts with worming the peafowl and ensuring that they are being … Continue reading The first peachicks have hatched!
So this is the week when the peahens start to lay with abandon, we now have lots of peacock eggs for sale. The first week we had five eggs to go into the incubator, the second week we had six eggs into the incubator. Last week the girls stepped up a pace and we had … Continue reading Plenty of peacock eggs for sale in Peacock land