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    He's so elegant, too. I love the way he gracefully walks around. He even looks elegant sitting on the ground!

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    I'm in love, he's just gorgeous. You're so lucky to have him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    A meat merchant is currently leasing out the paddocks so there's cows on it already. Once we find our feet here we are hoping to put cows or possibly sheep. Still undecided. We are south of Warragul, is that where you are thinking?
    Yep exactly the spot!

    Good luck, it's a wonderful area.

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    Congrats on your new place @Hollywood, and I'm with ~Marigold~, your Peacock addition is divine, so pretty!
    Your pics actually remind me of the beautiful rolling hills of Gippsland, Vic, so lush and green. 💜

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    Quote Originally Posted by HopefulK View Post
    Yep exactly the spot!

    Good luck, it's a wonderful area.
    We have been looking at properties for a year now, everywhere from Warragul to Yarragon, Trafalgar, Neerim South, and south of those areas. There's something very special about the hills around here, it's a very picturesque farming area. We are pretty smitten with our farm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    Congrats on your new place @Hollywood, and I'm with ~Marigold~, your Peacock addition is divine, so pretty!
    Your pics actually remind me of the beautiful rolling hills of Gippsland, Vic, so lush and green. 💜
    That's because it is Gippsland

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    what is the situation with having a peacock? are they even native to aus?? I have never know anyone outside of a zoo to have a peacock as a family pet. ?? should you find a mate for the peacock?? the other birds can fly around and find a mate, does a peacock do that.?? im sorry for all the questions. I have never thought of anyone being able to keep a peacock. ?? marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    what is the situation with having a peacock? are they even native to aus?? I have never know anyone outside of a zoo to have a peacock as a family pet. ?? should you find a mate for the peacock?? the other birds can fly around and find a mate, does a peacock do that.?? im sorry for all the questions. I have never thought of anyone being able to keep a peacock. ?? marie.
    Not native but legal to keep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    what is the situation with having a peacock? are they even native to aus?? I have never know anyone outside of a zoo to have a peacock as a family pet. ?? should you find a mate for the peacock?? the other birds can fly around and find a mate, does a peacock do that.?? im sorry for all the questions. I have never thought of anyone being able to keep a peacock. ?? marie.
    I read somewhere that they're from India. The previous owners originally bought eight peacocks, both males and females. The others got taken by foxes, but this one must be a real survivor as it is about 8 years old. He roosts up high in one of the pine trees overnight. They don't stray from their house to find a mate, and I'm reluctant to buy one because of the risk of foxes getting it.

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    Imagine how annoying that big tail would be for peacocks to drag around lol


 

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