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January/February 2008, Volume 17, Number 5


Lead Story: Environment & New Light Bulbs

In this story you will learn how the new so called energy saver light bulbs might cause a major health risk to your peafowl and yourself.

Inside story: Peafowl Crown Feathers

The issue of peafowl crown feathers or the lack of them has caused an unfounded concern for many peafowl owners. In this story you will learn the cause and what should be done when your birds lose their crown feathers!


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November/December 2007, Volume 17, Number 4

Lead Story: Are You Ready For Winter?

If you live in cold climats then you need to read this informative story on how you and your peafowl can survive winter and make it to spring.

Inside story: Long Do Peafowl Live?

This is one of the most asked peafowl questions each year. You will discover all you need to know on how long your peafowl will live and if there is anything you can do to prolong their life.
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September/October 2007 Volume 17, Number 3

Lead Story: Run Over By A Combine!

In this almost tragic story the owner of the Peacock Information Center had his car totaled by a farm combine. Read all about this accicdent that happened just steps out side the peacock farm.

Inside story: Bandding Peafowl

How do you keep track of your peafowl. Do you know how to do it. Then this story is a must read on this important issue.

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July/August 2007 Volume 17, Number 2

Lead Story: Bobcats in Iowa

When one thinks you are safe from wild animals in your area a bobcat arrives and turns your peafowl's life upside down. This story tells you how to keep your peafowl from being lunch for the area bobcats.

Inside story: Stinky!

It seems that life runs in cycles and our new friends, the family of skunks have made life interesting for our peafowl family. Learn how to keep your friendly skunks from stinking up your life in your peafowl house.

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May/June 2007, Volume 17, Number 1

Lead Story: The High Price of Feed

With the high cost of feeding today, learn the behind the scene information on how to get the best feed for the fewest dollars.

Inside story: Price of Peafowl

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Once again this story comes up on how much peafowl should cost today. Do not buy peafowl before reading this very important story that can save you lots of money when buying peafowl

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March/April 2007, Volume 16, Number 6

Lead Story: Cold & Peafowl

Learn what to do when it gets below freezing and discover all the tricks to keeping your peafowl healthy during the winter.
Inside story: Eat the snow

This interesting story will tell you how snow can be helpful in the winter time

Back Page Story: Peafowl Medical Emergency Box

This is a must read if you have peafowl as this story tells you want you should have in case of a peafowl medical emergency.

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January/February 2007, Volume 16, Number 5

Lead Story: Peachicks, Peachicks, Peachicks

Learn how small to largs flocks of peachicks feed and water in hot and cold times of the year. This helpful article shows you what to expect with peachicks after they are out of the brooder house.

Inside story: The Deer & the peacock

How do deer and peacocks get along. This story will fill you in on the two animals life together!

Back Page Story: Incubator Product Review Correction

The Brower top hatch incubator model # TH120 does have a fan. Learn more this feature.

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November/December 2006, Volume 16, Number 4

Lead Story: Incubator Reviews part Two

In part 2 of this very important incubator review, we will feature the Brower top hatch incubator model # TH120 and the Lyons RX2, Stock # 910-063A, With the conclusion of part two of this review, you will be able to make a firm decision for yourself which incubator is right for you. You will learn about the ease of set up out of box. Its pros and cons and our general impressions of both the Brower top hatch incubator model # TH120 and the Lyons RX2 Stock #910-063A. This is a must read if you ever plan on buying a new incubator in the future.

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September/October 2006 Volume 16, Number 3

Lead Story: Incubator Reviews part one.

In part one of this most extensive review on incubators, we review the GQF Hova-Bator with its ease of set up out of box. Its pros and cons and our general impressions of the Hova-Bator.

This entire issue features the GQF Hova-bator and this is a must read if you ever plan on buying a new incubator in the future.

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July/August 2006 Volume 16, Number 2
Lead Story: The New Waterers

Watering needs are very important for your peafowl in summer and in winter. What kinds of water containers are available today and which work best for your situation and for the numbers of peafowl you have.

Inside story: What's that Odor in the barn?

There is not too many places in the USA where the skunk does not cause pronlems. Learn first hand what to do when a skunk gets into your peafowl housing arrangment and how to come out smelling ok. 

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May/June 2006, Volume 16, Number 1

Lead Story: Shipping Your Peafowl

We have filled an entire issue with everything you will need to know about shipping your peafowl all across the USA. You will find out which is best for young and old peafowl.

Learn which method is the saftest and which method has insurance for your shipped peafowl.

In addition, this extensive information will gives you the pros & cons on the best shipping containers for your peafowl and where to purchace them.

If you plan on shipping peafowl in or out in the future, this issue is a must read for you!

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March/April 2006, Volume 15, Number 6

Lead Story: Hatching your Eggs

Again ,we dedicated an entire issue to this very important subject matter. This issue is for you if you gather your own eggs to hatch or ship in eggs. This issue will help you with most known issues associated with hatching your peahens eggs.

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January/February 2006, Volume 15, Number 5

Lead Story: Bird Flu Hysteria

In this issue you will find information found nowhere else. Our extensive research on this issue will shed some light on what many are in fear of. We dedicated a full edition of the Peafowl Report to this very serious hype.

We may have discovered something that will give you some peace of mind. This IS a must read issue today!

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November/December 2005, Volume 15, Number 4

Lead Story: Cats & Peafowl

This age long question of can cats and peafowl live and get along together is examine. You will have good solid tips and ideas on how to have cats and peafowl live together in peace.

This interesting story will focus on feral and captive peafowl!

Inside story: Gamebird Food problems!

The most important thing we do with peaowl is feed them. This very important story explores the problems with getting and finding a good sourch of gamebird food in your area.

It also deals with the percentage of needed proteen and the misconceptions on the amount of proteen needed in feed for peafowl! A MUST read for the peafowl owner!!!

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September/October 2005 Volume 15, Number 3


Lead Story: Repairing your GQF 1202

This is a must read report on how to repair your GQF 1202 incubator . This how to manuel gives you a step by step instructions in fixing the turner of the best incubator ever made for hatching peahens eggs!

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July/August 2005 Volume 15, Number 2

Lead Story:The Hubba Bubba Peacock
This special edition of the Pearowl Report gives an in depth feature and interview on the making of the commercial. It featured the Hubba Bubba Peacock claymation.

This exclusive story will get behind the sean and tell you how this very cleaver commercial was made.
 
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May/June 2005, Volume 15, Number 1

Lead Story: Hunter S. Thompson's Peafowl

This story will give the reader an insite to this late writer's love for peafowl. It will also include information on the editors of the Peafowl report's personal relationshiph with him form many year.

Inside story: Houdini The Peahen

Learn on how this peahen got out of her cage for several weeks and eluded her owners on going into a different pen.

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March/April 2005, Volume 14, Number 6

Lead Story: Free Ranging Peafowl

Most people want peafowl to have free range on their land. Learn how this can be done without stress to humans and peafowl owners!

Inside story: Hatching Season Preparations!

There are so many things to do in order to get ready each hatching season . This is a must read for all serious breeders!

Back Page Story: Shipping Eggs

Get some tips and ideas on shipping eggs. Hatching eggs seem to be the best and least expensive way to get new bloodlines with the greatest risk.

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January/February 2005, Volume 14, Number 5

Lead Story: New Color Mutations?

We have dedicated an entire issue of our newsletter to the facts and myths associated with the 90 so called "new" color mutations. Several breeders all over the USA have been "creating" color types that have proven to be quite interesting. Learn the truth about the "so" called gray black shoulder peahen that changes colors like a chameleon.

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November/December 2004, Volume 14, Number 4

Lead Story: Painting & Peafowl

What do you do when it comes to painting your buildings for your peafowl?. This story will also give tips on keeping peafowl safe during the painting process.

Inside story: In Memory of Dr. Willard Hollander

The staff of the Peafowl Report mourns the death of the peafowl world's foremost expert on peafowl genetics.

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September/October 2004 Volume 14, Number 3
Lead Story: The New Puppy

Are you considering a new puppy for your farm? This story will help you learn more how you can integrate your life with peafowl and a new puppy.

Inside story: Those Scary Peacocks!

This amusing story will disclose how peafowl can actually act like a deterant for strangers on your farm.

Back Page Story: Severe Storms and a Visitor!

This story is about a mysterious stranger finding shelter in our peafowl barn.

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July/August 2004 Volume 14, Number 2

Lead Story: Our Trusty GQF 1202 Incubator.

If you ever plan on hatching peahen eggs with an incubator then this story is a must read. This story will show you how to keep your incubator running and how to repair it when it breaks down.

Inside story: Egg Bound!

The issue of your peahen being egg bound can be a matter of life & death for your peahen. Learn how you may be able to keep your peahens laying eggs without any problems during egg laying season.

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May/June 2004, Volume 14, Number 1

Lead Story: The Political Peacock

This interesting story features Tony Blankley and his peafowl. He is one of several political pundits each week on "The McLaughlin Group" on PBS as well as a weekly columnist for the Washington Times. You will learn all about his life with peafowl.

Inside story: Are Peafowl Smart?

You would be surprised how often this question is asked. Discover the "real truth on how smart peafowl are!

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March/April 2004, Volume 13, Number 6

Lead Story: Evil Dr. Peacock

This exclusive story special to the Peafowl Report chroncicles the behind the scenes creation of Kellogg's ad campaign for Rainbow Froot Loops. We have given a full issue to this most fascinating story. If you enjoy kids TV as well as cartoons, you will be amused with the rest of the story on this "tail" of Evil Dr. Peacock.

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January/February 2004, Volume 13, Number 5

Lead Story: Raising Peafowl with a busy lifestyle!

If you're like most people, owning peafowl can make your life more complex. Learn how to balance your life along with your peafowl!

Inside story: Are Peafowl Smart?

This story will explore the age old answer to this question.

Back Page Story: How much space do Peacocks/peafowl require?

For the first time, a complete short answer to this very important question.

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November/December 2003, Volume 13, Number 4

Lead Story: Water For Peafowl

This interesting story will provide the reader with solid tips for winter and summer use of water for your peafowl.

Inside story: Winter Care For Peafowl

Whether you live in a cold part of the world or in a more temperate climate, this story will have valuable ideas of how to keep your peafowl safe during the harsh winter climate.

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September/October 2003 Volume 13, Number 3

Lead Story: Peacock Carnival

Discover the reason world famous designer, D'Loran uses blue & white peacock feathers in his high fashion designs for Carnival!

Inside story: Treated Lumber & Peafowl

Can treated lumber hurt your peafowl? This story is a must if you use treated lumber around your peafowl!

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July/August 2003 Volume 13, Number 2

Lead Story: Peafowl & Lightning

If you live in an areas where lightning happens, your peafowl & buildings can be in danger. Learn about the important lightning equipment that is needed to protect your birds.

Inside story: Peacock Patterned Baldness

The question is asked often about peacocks sporting missing feathers year after year. This story will supply the causes and what to do with this unsightly problem.

Back Page Story: Peacock Displaying with a bad Leg

You will learn how to prevent and provide comfort for adult peafowl with injured legs.

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May/June 2003, Volume 13, Number 1

Lead Story: Feeding your Peafowl

Learn the dos and don'ts about feeding your peafowl and learn the secret formula the Peacock Information Center uses!

Inside story: My Tail's Wearing Out!

Why do your peacock's tail feathers look so bad during the breeding season? You will learn how to keep your peacock looking good all season!

Back Page Story: Game Bird Food Hard To Find!!

Feeding your peafowl is becoming more difficult in 2003 with fewer & fewer feed manufacturers. Discover important tips on how to get this important feed for your peafowl in your home town!

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March/April 2003, Volume 12, Number 6

Lead Story: Mr.C's Peacock Stained Glass Window!

Peacock art has been with us since the beginning of time. Discover the location and the history of mid America's finest peacock stained glass window located in Omaha, Nebraska's finest Italian restaurants!

Inside story: Stir it up!

How important is bedding in your peafowl pens? Learn how to get the most out of straw in your pens. Get important tips that will help your peafowl survive the cold winter months when temperatures are below freezing and zero!

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January/February 2003, Volume 12, Number 5

Lead Story: Do Peahens Select Peacocks For Mating?

This Major study done by the Peacock Information Center is bound to cause a stir in the biology behavior world when it comes to peafowl mating habits! The object of this study will show that peahens do not preselect peacocks with larger tails (trains) or certain male characteristics like longer tail feathers, but are mated randomly when wandering into a peacock's territory.

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November/December 2002, Volume 12, Number 4

Lead Story: The He/She Peacock Continued!

This story is a continuation of newsletter 12-3 and the sex reversal of three India Blue peahens. This story includes an interesting twist of a sex reversal of a new Black Shoulder Peahen in it's first year of the change over from being a Peahen to a Peacock! Explore the new evidence of why this maybe happening more often in peahens and other animals in the world!

Back Page Story: Toe Nails & Leg Scales

Learn all about toe nail care and leg scale problems in peafowl.

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September/October 2002 Volume 12, Number 3

Lead Story: The He/She Peacock!

This special edition of the peafowl report devotes an entire issue to the sex reversals of three peahens. Learn all about how three normal peahens grew eye tail feathers normally seen on male peacocks! Find out how the most recent he/she is progressing through her change into normal male peacock colors! Can and will this happen to your peahens and is there any way to prevent this ? This is a must read for all peafowl owners!

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July/August 2002 Volume 12, Number 2

Lead Story: Peafowl...pets or pests?

This fascinating story explores the issue of peafowl causing problems in communities not zoned for poultry and how some people have made peafowl into pets!

Inside story: Help! my peacock is attacking me and causing problems!

Are peafowl attacking people and if so, why are they doing it?

Back Page Story: How do you incubate hatching eggs?

Funny as it seems, some people seem to think they do not need an incubator or brooding poulry to hatch eggs. Learn the proper way to incubate eggs!

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May/June 2002, Volume 12, Number 1

Lead Story: The Peacock Guitar

This fascinating story explores the creation of $350,000.00 guitar by the Martin guitar Company with a peacock on it!

Inside story: Ren-o-sal No longer available

Learn why this medication will not be manufactured any more!

Back Page Story: How long does it take to hatch an egg?

Get the truth on the correct time it takes to incubate a peahen's egg!

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March/April 2002, Volume 11, Number 6

Lead Story: The Owl and the Peacock

Owls can create problems with your peafowl. Learn how you can protect your peafowl from this night time problem!

Inside story: Terramycin and Peachicks

This antibiotic has helped save all kinds of animals throughout the years, learn how it may save your peachicks this spring!

Back Page Story: Frozen Eggs

Eggs that are laid in early spring can and will freeze. Learn what can or can not be done during the freezing cold and early spring!

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January/February 2002, Volume 11, Number 5

Lead Story: Feather Picking

Learn the three major causes of feather picking in peafowl and what to do about it!

Inside story: Are your peafowl ready for winter?

This story gives advise on what to do to have healthy peafowl during winter.

Back Page Story: Moving your peachicks and adult peafowl

You will learn how to move your peafowl safely to new housing arrangements during their life cycle from peachicks to adult.

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November/December 2001, Volume 11, Number 4

Lead Story: The Hollywood Peacock

Learn how Hollywood is using trained peacocks for television, commercials, and motion pictures.

Inside story: Grasshopper Knock Down Drag Outs!

This fascinating story will give insight on how peahens capture insects for their peachicks.

Back Page Story: Guineas and Peafowl

The question always arises....will guineas and peafowl get along? Learn the pros and cons on this issue.

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September/October 2001 Volume 11, Number 3

Lead Story: Shipping Peachicks By Air Mail In Jeopardy

Learn why the United States Postal Service & the airlines have stopped the shipment of all day old poultry including peachicks!

 
Inside story: Willard is Back...Rats!

Rodents can be a major problem with peafowl. This interesting story will give important tips to keep your peafowl pens rat and mice free!

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July/August 2001 Volume 11, Number 2

Lead Story: California Castaways!

Learn about the sad and disturbing news of the capture of 50 plus wild India Blue peafowl in the cities of Rancho Palos Verdes and Polos Verdes Estate, California. The story tells of the two choices the two cities had and how and why they chose to capture the peafowl rather than to use a safer plan.

Back Page story: Do peahens eat eggs?

Have your peahens ever eaten an egg after laying it? You will find a few tips that will help with this problem.

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 May/June 2001 Volume 11, Number 1

Lead Story: Millicent & Miles

Learn the rest of the story about
the stuffed peacock baby twins (similar to beanie babies) formerly sold as a JC Penney promotion.

Inside story: Peafowl Survivor Revisited

This story talks about new information recently learned since the survivor story in newletter issue 10-5. Winter is not the only environmental factor that may cause challenges to peafowl breeders. A must read for peafowl owners.

Inside story #2: Lost Peafowl & Wind!

Peafowl can become a kite in windy conditions. Learn how to keep peafowl safe in windy conditions.

Back Page story: Possessed Peacock Returns Home

This interesting "tail" will make for an interesting read on peacock lore!

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March/April 2001, Volume 10, Number 6

Lead Story: The Peafowl Canal
Learn how mud, freezing rain, sleet, and snow can turn you pens into an icy, muddy mess.

This informative story will give you helpful hints and tips on making better use your peafowl's outside aviaries year around.

Inside Story: Vionate Revisited

Discover how this wonder supplement helps in keeping your peachicks healthy during the crucial first several weeks of life.

Back Page Story: Are You Ready For The Breeding Season?

Explore our helpful tips on getting the most eggs and peachicks out of your peahens.

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January/February 2001, Volume 10, Number 5

Lead Story: Survivor!

This story deals with most of your questions as to how well peafowl do in cold climates.

This is a must if you have peafowl or are planning on adding peafowl to your collection!

Back Page story: Cross Breeding Peafowl

This fascinating story will supply you with the do's and don't of breeding related peafowl !

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November/December 2000, Volume 10, Number 4

Lead Story: Your Children and Peafowl !

This valuable story will guide you if peafowl are for you if you have or are planning on having children in the future.

Inside Story: My peafowl look sick !

Learn if a time of the year will have your peafowl looking sick even if they are healthy!

Back Page story: Peafowl and Chickens!

Will it be okay to have peafowl if you have chickens? This story will answer all your questions on this issue!

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September/October 2000 Volume 10, Number 3

Lead Story: Hooray For Hollywood!

Read about co-editor's experience in Hollywood filming for "You Lie Like A Dog"

Inside Story: Ticks & Peafowl

Do peafowl eat more ticks than other poultry?

Back Page Story: How Long Do Peafowl Live?

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 July/August 2000 Volume 10, Number 2

Lead Story: Where Do Peahens Make Their Nests?

This Feature story provides insites and separates myths from facts on the nesting habits of feral and captive peahens.

Back Page story: Buying Hatching Eggs

Learn the pros and cons of purchasing hatching eggs as opposed to purchasing peachicks and adult peafowl.

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May/June 2000 Volume 10, Number 1

Lead story: Ten Years And Counting

The Peafowl Report celebrates a decade of publishing and revisits interesting stories.

Inside Stories: The New Ramp

Learn how new things can cause problems with your peafowl.

Keeping Starlings & Wild Birds Out of Pens

You will discover what to do to keep your pens free of unwanted flying visitors.

Back Page Story: Snakes Again?

This story will add more information on whether snakes are eaten by peafowl.

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March/April 2000, Volume 9, Number 6

Lead Story: PEACOCK DELICACY

Do people really eat peacocks? Learn what people do in China with their peafowl!

Inside Story: ARE YOUR PEAFOWL BORED?

Learn how to keep your peafowl healthy and happy in captivity.
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January/February 2000, Volume 9, Number 5

Lead Story: SNAKES AND PEAFOWL

Do peafowl chase snakes away, or is it a wives tale?

Inside Story: WANT TO SELL FEATHERS?

Learn how to market your peafowl feathers.

Back Page Story: SHIPPING PEAFOWL

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November/December 1999, Volume 9, Number 4

Lead Story: PREPARING YOUR PEAFOWL FOR Y2K!!!

This story is a must for all peafowl breeders!

Inside Story: HOW LONG IS TOO LONG?

How long should I let a peahen sit?

Back Page Story: WHEN CAN PEACHICKS CARE FOR THEMSELVES?

This question has been around since the beginning of time, learn the tricks of the trade in knowing what age you can turn loose your peachicks or newly acquired peafowl of all ages.

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September/October 1999, Volume 9, Number 3

Lead Story: HOT BED IN THE PEN

Learn how a fire can be caused in your pen when rainy weather is a problem.

Inside Story: BUT I CRACKED OPEN THE EGG?

Find out why cracking opening a egg after incubation will tell you nothing. Learn about why your eggs did not hatch!

Back Page Story: THE PEACHICK AND THE MOUSE

This fun story will have you laughing at a close encounter of a baby mouse and a young peachick.

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July/August 1999, Volume 9, Number 2

Lead Story: WILD PEAFOWL IN CALIFORNIA

This fascinating story gives the reader the latest news update on how well the wild peafowl of California are surviving with their human counterparts.

Inside Story: EGG STORAGE

Learn the true ins and outs in storing your eggs before shipping and incubation.

Back Page Story: HOW TO CATCH PEAFOWL

Much to everyone's surprise, catching peafowl is not like catching chickens. Learn the proper technique on how to capture peafowl safely without harming them. This story is valuable for all peafowl breeders.

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May/June 1999, Volume 9, Number 1

Lead Story: SHE WON'T GET OFF THE NEST

Peahens sometimes will not get off of the nest! What do you do? This story will guide you on what to do when this happens.

Inside Story: NIGHTTIME PROBLEMS

Learn what causes peafowl to make noise at night.

Inside Story: SEXED PEAHEN EGGS

Can you sex peahen eggs? This story will dispel many of the myths on this subject.

Inside Story: DO I HAVE BLACK SHOULDER IN MY BLUES?

Find out how to answer this interesting question.

Back Page Story: WHEAT STRAW

Is wheat straw good to use for bedding and should you use it?

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March/April 1999, Volume 8, Number 6

Lead Story: PEN DESIGN

This feature provides the reader with valuable information on everything you need to know on building pens during and after you get started. A must issue for all breeders.

Inside Story: PRICE OF PEAFOWL

This story provides peafowl owners with everything you need to know when selling and purchasing peafowl.

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January/February 1999, Volume 8, Number 5

Lead Story: THE SNOW BOARDING PEACOCK

Inside Story: VIONATE, THE WONDER SUPPLEMENT!!

Learn how this vitamin and mineral supplement can improve egg production in your peafowl.

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November/December 1998, Volume 8, Number 4

Lead Story: CONGO PEACOCK, NOT CONGO PEAFOWL!

Learn why some people are calling this pheasant a peafowl . Also learn the history of this newly discovered pheasant.

Back Page Story: MY TAIL FEATHERS WON'T FALL OUT

This story tells why an Oaten Peacock would not lose his tail feathers

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September/October 1998, Volume 8, Number 3

Lead Story: GOING BLIND

Cameo/Silver Dun peafowl can and do go blind, learn surprising new information about this chocolate colored peafowl.

Inside Story: HOW TO IDENTIFY THE AGE OF A BLUE PEACOCK

Novice and veteran breeders define an easy and fast way to identify the age of the India Blue and Black Shoulder peacocks.

BOOK REVIEW

Diseases of poultry published by Iowa State University.

Back Page Story: TO CLIP OR NOT TO CLIP

The debate goes on, should peafowl breeders clip the wings of free ranging birds and will this cause problems or death? Learn the pros and cons of this issue.

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July/August 1998, Volume 8, Number 2

Lead Story: FIVE'S COMPANY!

Learn how baby peachicks, guinea fowl, and ducks and live together.

Inside Story: MOW THE GRASS

Helpful hints on keeping brush and grass cleared near your pens and how this will protect your peafowl from predators.

Inside Story: FERTILIZATION OF PEAHEN EGGS

Does a male need to be present for a peahen to lay eggs.

Back Page Story: PEAFOWL WATCHDOG

Can peafowl protect you from intruders? You'll be surprised by the answer!!!

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May/June 1998, Volume 8, Number 1

Lead Story: SPRING MARCHES IN!

March blizzard made life miserable for people and peafowl.

Learn how to prepare for similar winter problems for those living in snow country.

Back Page Story: SANITATION OF FEATHERS

Learn how to clean feathers.

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March/April 1998, Volume 7, Number 6

Lead Story: ANNA'S CIRCUS PEACOCKS!

Read about the newest circus peacock act.

Inside Story: MUD IN THE PENS!!!

How do you keep from sinking in the mud while walking in your peafowl pens?

WHITE OR ALBINO PEAFOWL???

What is the difference between white and albino peafowl?

Back Page Story: SLEEPING PEAFOWL

Keep your peafowl active in cold weather.

QUICK TIP #1

How to maintain your straw bedding in your peafowl pens.

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January/February 1998, Volume 7, Number 5

Lead Story: PEACOCK'S SOAR WITH THE EAGLES

Find out what connection peacocks have with Native Americans and Hollywood.

Inside Story: THE FRIGHT SYNDROME

Discover what can be done to keep peafowl calm.

Back Page Story: FLAGYL'S PROBLEMS

Learn about the new Blackhead cure, its problem and how to make it more effective.

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November/December 1997, Volume 7, Number 4

Lead Story: THE ANGELIC PEACOCK

Learn what peacocks have to do with the angel, Michael and other peacock lore.

Inside Story: PEN CLEANING

Helpful tips for peafowl breeders on cleaning their peafowl cages.

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September/October 1997, Volume 7, Number 3

Lead Story: PEAFOWL AND BICYCLES, BICYCLES, BICYCLES

Learn what RAGBRAI (Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa) has to do with peafowl. This story is for bicyclists and peafowl enthusiasts.

Inside Story: WE LOST OUR MOM

What will happen to peachicks when their mom starts sitting on a new nest of eggs?

PEACHICK EYE PROBLEMS

What you do when your peachick's eyes crust over?

Back Page Story: MY CREST IS GONE

Are you peafowl's top knot or crest on their head gone? Find out what you should do.

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July/August 1997, Volume 7, Number 2

Lead Story: GREEN PEAFOWL IN THAILAND

Learn how wild Green Peafowl are surviving in Thailand with the help of Belinda Stewart-Cox.

Inside Story: MOM'S FEEDING ME

Peachicks are taught to eat by their mothers.

Back Page Story: HOW LONG DO I KEEP MY BIRDS CAGED UP BEFORE LETTING THEM LOOSE?

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May/June 1997, Volume 7, Number 1

Lead Story: HERSHEY'S "MR. RIGHT"

Learn about the delicious Origami featured in Hershey's new commercial featuring a peacock!!!

Inside Story: DIRTY HATCHING EGGS

Is "cleanliness next to Godliness" the best policy with peahen's eggs???

Back Page Story: PEAHEN HATCHING HER OWN EGGS

Should we let our peahens hatch out her own eggs??? What do I do if she neglects her eggs???

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March/April 1997, Volume 6, Number 6


Lead Story: KIDS AND PEAFOWL

Is it safe to have peafowl with your family and children? Learn the do's and don't of having kids & peafowl.

Inside Stories: DON'T EAT THE SNOW

Can peafowl survive the snowy parts of the world by eating snow?

NEVER LOOK UP

Free ranging peafowl and the dilemma of letting them roam free.

USA TODAY HOT SITE AWARD

Editor Debra Joan Buck's story on her esteemed award.

Back Page Story: CALCIUM FOR PEAHENS

Can the lack of calcium kill your peahens?

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January/February 1997, Volume 6, Number 5

Lead Story: PAT, THE PEACOCK


Learn about NBC's new mascot "Pat The Peacock"


Inside Story: PEN MAINTENANCE


Poor housing conditions can cause you to lose your peafowl!!


Back Page Story: RUNAWAY PEACOCK


He flew the coop! See how he was returned home safely.


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November/December 1996, Volume 6, Number 4


Cover story: THE PEACOCK ON THE MAGI


This Christmas season we are including a story featuring a color reproduction of a 1425 painting depicting a peacock guarding the magi.


Inside stories: DRIVE BY SHOOTINGS


Hunting season poses danger to domesticated peafowl.


Back page story: BUYING HEALTHY PEAFOWL


Learn what to look for when buying peafowl to make sure you don't buy sick birds.


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WINTER TIPS FOR YOUR PEAFOWL

NINE DAYS BELOW ZERO...Find out how peafowl can survive below zero weather. Vol. 5-6

PEAFOWL & SNOW...Learn how peafowl frolic in the snow. Vol. 5-5

BEDDING DOWN FOR WINTER...Discover what you need to do for your peafowl's safety during the winter. Vol. 5-4

SUPPLEMENTAL LIGHTING...Will light help your peafowl? Vol. 2-5

PEAFOWL LIVING IN ALASKA...Think it is too cold for peafowl to live in Alaska? Vol. 1-4

WIND CHILL & PEAFOWL...Cold winter winds can & do affect your healthy peafowl. Vol. 2-6

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SPRING & SUMMER TIPS FOR YOUR PEAFOWL

FIND OUT WHY A PEAHEN DID NOT SIT ON HER EGGS. Vol. 1-2

INTRODUCING NEW PEAFOWL TO THE FLOCK. Vol. 1-4

WHY DIDN'T MY PEAHEN EGGS HATCH. Vol. 1-6

HELPFUL HINTS ON EGG PRODUCTION. Vol. 2-1

SHOULD I CLEAN MY HATCHING EGGS? Vol. 2-3

WILL AIR CONDITIONING HAVE ANY EFFECT ON HATCHING EGGS? Vol. 3-3

ORGANIC BUG CONTROL. Vol. 4-2

GETTING PEACHICKS TO EAT. Vol. 5-1

SUCCESSFUL HATCHING. Vol. 5-1

CALCIUM DURING EGG SEASON. Vol. 5-2 & 6-6

SHADE FOR PEAFOWL. Vol. 6-2

SWIMMING PEAHEN. Vol. 6-3

INCUBATOR TIPS. Vol. 3-1 & Vol. 3-2

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Mr. Peacock & Friends,
The TV show DVD, Season one.

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"The Wacky World Of Peafowl", Volume 1 & 2  
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Newly remastered, The Wacky World Of Peafowl, The DVD, Vol. 1, Newly released, The Adventures Of Purdy Peacock, the DVD, & The Wacky World Of Peafowl, The DVD, Vol. 2, See the movie trailer of all below!


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See our new friend,
Quacky Peacock, One of a kind!
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Quacky, Mystery Peacock
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Tonight Show

If you missed Dennis Fett, the Clarinet Playing Peacock Farmer from Minden, Iowa, Co-Owner of the Peacock Information Center's  appearance on the Tonight Show starring Jay Leno on Friday 12-19-08, playing his disappearing clarinet act, In the segment called "Does This Impress Ed Asner".  There is good news, you can read a full description of Dennis Fett's wonderful experience on the Tonight Show on our peafowl Blog web page. Click here to see photos and read the story!


Dennis Fett standing in front of the Artists' Entrance to the studio of the Tonight Show

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Photo is of Dennis Fett & Jay Leno courtesy of The NBC Tonight Show 



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See Dennis Fett & Debra Buck on Attitudes talk show Starring Linda Dano.
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