Raising Healthy Peacocks

Like other birds, peacocks require some special care, including enough space to be active. They are highly adaptable, relate well with other animals, and are not picky eaters.

When raising young peacocks, keep them confined in an area for at least two months to give them time to adjust to their surroundings.

When building an aviary, ensure that it’s at least ten feet wide and six feet tall to allow the peafowls space to move around. An aviary should be 100 square feet per bird

If you’re raising young peacocks, unmedicated starter feed with at least 30% protein is recommended. Reduce the protein percentage as the bird approaches six weeks. 

Although peacocks are considered exotic animals, raising them can be an exciting hobby. These beautiful birds can live up to 40 years and are available in different breeds.