ARKANSAS PEAFOWL

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ARKANSAS PEAFOWL

 

 

This site is set up as a home for Arkansas peafowl Breeders

As this site developes it will give us a place to meet and discuse our birds. A place to post our pictures and sell and buy what we need locally. A place to post your stories and articles.

Introduction

My name is David Church, aka., Peafarmer. I live in central Arkansas where I have been involved with peafowl for 7 years. This summer I will be making a new habitat for my Green peafowl. I will be posting the progress on this site. I am attemping to build a habitat that will both allow and induce them to set their own eggs and raise their babies.

I've added a gallery of my brooder House

Green's Habitat - Development

I am currently in the design stage. I am looking at 2 habitats side by side that will measure 25' X 50' @. with a center height of 15'. There will be a 10' X 25' covered pen at the end of each habitat that can be closed . I am working with Kermit Wood as to the type of cover and plants that need to be in the habitats. The Pen page is now up - work has started.

Current Pens

My current pens (pictured to the right) are 12' 10' and 12' by 20'. They have metal roofs and concrete foundations. The main set of pens have inter-connecting doors, this makes it easy to move the birds as needed.

 

 

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