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First of all, you need to know that peacocks are excitable birds. Care should be taken to keep the house in a quiet place. Peacocks do not like harsh sounds, noise and rumblings. Otherwise, they become nervous, may injure themselves or attack neighbors. In order for the birds to remain healthy, their aviary must be kept clean. Change sawdust bedding, ventilate the house, disinfect feeders and add clean water. If in the summer poultry farmers can limit themselves to daylight, then in the winter you need to turn on artificial lighting. This is necessary in order to extend the usual daylight hours for peacocks, since in Moscow it is much shorter. It is recommended to use fluorescent lamps for illumination.
Adult pair (2year+): $675
Juvenile pair: $650
Juvenile Female: $350
Juvenile Male: $300




The first Silver Pied appeared in 1992. In Silver Pied one can find a mixture of genes deriving from three peafowl mutations, namely the White Eye Peafowl, Pied Peafowl and White Peafowl.Upon crossing two Silver Pied one can obtain three varieties, namely 25% of White Eye (Darck Silver Pied), 50% of Silver Pied and 25% of White. Phenotypically speaking, the Silver Pied are characterized by 80 to 90% of its plumage being white with color spots that confer an unusual beauty.The colors that are displayed in the males are the same as the Indian Blue Peafowl. The females, like the males, are predominantly white with portions of silver plumage.