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Breeding Pair of Opal Peafowl for Sale, Strathcona County, AB SOLD

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Jonny Anvil

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Hello Everyone,
I have decided to further downsize my operation.

Currently have for sale a Breeding Pair of "Opal Peacocks"
Peacock Hatched 2012
Peahen Hatched 2011
Asking $400 for the pair.

Hoping to find this breeding pair a new home asap. If not sold by Friday April 25th, they will be consigned to the Popwa Auction and available for bid Sunday the 27th.





Last edited by Jonny Anvil on Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:35 am; edited 1 time in total


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hi name is mike if you can call me 780-208-7676 I am intrested

Jonny Anvil

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The Peafowl have now found a new home Smile

SOLD!


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~Breeding for 2015~: Show Quality Large Fowl Light Sussex (J. Samis Lines)
Small personal line of Coronation Sussex & Buff Sussex. Currently working on operation "Project Silver Sussex"
Also breeding Top Quality Black Orpingtons.

Fowler

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Do you remove the top netting on your run in the winter? I'm thinking to build a small aviary for my Call Ducks this year and your pics have me wondering if the best direction would be a removable top.

Jonny Anvil

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Nope that netting has been up for over 6 years now.


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~Breeding for 2015~: Show Quality Large Fowl Light Sussex (J. Samis Lines)
Small personal line of Coronation Sussex & Buff Sussex. Currently working on operation "Project Silver Sussex"
Also breeding Top Quality Black Orpingtons.

Schipperkesue

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Fowler, keep in mind that in Alberta we have fairly dry snow that is less likely to stick to and weigh down netting.

Fowler

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Yeah, that definitely wouldn't work here.  Razz 

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