Rare Assorted Peafowl Chicks consist of two varieties, or more, of Cameo, Oaten, Purple, Spaulding, or Silver Pied. Hatchery choice. [Silver Pied Peacock shown in product image.] Price per Peachick
When fully grown,
Cameo Peacocks are a cameo brown throughout with the neck and breast being darker chocolate brown. The tail is varying shades of brown with the eyes in the tail being darker brown. These are very rare and in great demand. Cameo Peahens are a soft medium brown throughout. Cameo Peachicks are a soft light brown.
Oaten Peacocks are a dark chocolate brown throughout, being darker brown than the Cameos. The tail is dark brown with the eyes being a darker brown. Oaten Peahens are a pale tan color, much lighter than the Cameos. Oaten Peachicks are a creamy-white, as they feather they become mottled with brown. At day old they are almost impossible to tell from the Black Shoulders.
Purple Peacocks have a purplish blue neck. The shoulder area is brown and off white barred like the Cameo’s shoulder area. The belly area is brown. The tail is of the same pattern as the India Blue. Purple Peahens are a soft brown similar to the Cameo hens except the neck is purple iridescent. Purple Peachicks are a soft light brown.
Silver Pied Peacocks are 80 to 90% white. The colored areas are as in the India Blue pattern with the colors somewhat diluted making any blue on the neck lighter and the other colored areas a silvery gray. May have a few colored feathers in the train the same color as the India Blue. Silver Pied Peahens are mostly white again, any colored areas are a silvery gray. Silver Pied Peachicks are white with a small gray spot on the shoulder and head.
Spalding Peacocks have an emerald green neck and breast, with the shoulders and wings being somewhat darker than the Blues. These have a more slender body and a taller stature, with a more erect crest. Somewhat rare and hard to find. Spalding Peahens are dark brown with a green neck and breast. Spalding Peachicks are dark brown on the upper parts with buff on the under side. They are very active chicks.