Naturally if I hear about a peacock and babies I am there. Hands down! Now, I am not a farmer. In fact I could probably count the number of times I have been on a farm on both hands, maybe even one but let’s say both to be safe. Well, my grampa on the other hand has a ton of experience with farms and his son-in-law has a farm where he frequents to help out, work on machinery and do farm stuff. Yeah, even after spending time out there and listening to what he does I still don’t know. What I do know is: I respect farmers, I love what they produce and farms are fun if you are a tourist.
On this farm they have tons of animals all over and I am an animal LOVER. I was told that Anna (the female peacock) had babies and I had to see for myself. The poor peacocks had to be kept in an area within a shed/barn to avoid the dog attacking and killing the babies. Apparently this is what happened the last time Anna had babies. Yes, I know not all of these babies are peacock babies. The other babies are guineafowl, which are actually very pretty birds when they grow up. Anna was very protective of her babies and I was sure not too get too close but it didn’t stop me from taking at least 30 pictures and being utterly amused for at least 10 minutes. Don’t judge me for having a short attention span. There were cows, pigs, turkeys, chickens, roosters, geese, ducks and old machinery everywhere.