Looking for farms and sellers with peacocks for sale in Texas, TX?
The good news is that peacocks are pretty popular in the great state of Texas, and you have some great options.
In this post, I’ve listed all the places I could find with peacocks and peafowl for sales in Texas with some additional helpful information for you:
Peacocks for Sale in Texas (Peafowl, Peachicks & More)
|Strutting Peacock Ranch||Waller, TX||832-540-0671||struttingpeacockranch.com|
|Bow’s Peafowl Farm||Texas||NA||bowspeafowlfarm.com|
|Peacocks & More||Conroe, TX||936-445-3035||peacocksnmore.com|
|Coleman’s Fur And Feathers||Lipan, TX||817-243-6720||Facebook Page|
|M & T Rabbitry and Poultry Farm||San Antonio, TX||210-827-5062||sanantoniorabbitsandchickens.com|
|Rebecca Creek Farms||Spring Branch, TX||830-885-7302||rebeccacreekfarms.weebly.com|
Strutting Peacock Ranch
Address – Waller, Texas 77484
Phone – 832-540-0671
Website – https://struttingpeacockranch.com/
Contact – Info@StruttingPeacockRanch.com
“….Then one day, Phyllis came upon a listing of a pair of India Blue peafowl that someone nearby needed to re-home. That was all it took! That was the beginning of it all! Less than a year later, we had a flock of 50 peafowl, 19 different colors/patterns, and were loving life! It really is true that each one has its own unique personality and quirks, it’s so amazing!”
Bow’s Peafowl Farm
Address – Texas
Phone – NA
Website – http://www.bowspeafowlfarm.com/
Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
“Our breeding stock is currently- India Blue, White, India Blue Pied, India Blue Silver Pied, Indo-Chinese Green, India Blue Blackshoulder, India Blue Blackshoulder Pied, India Blue Blackshoulder Silver Pied, Purple, Purple Blackshoulder Pied, Purple Blackshoulder Silver Pied, Opal, Opal Blackshoulder Silver Pied, Emerald Spalding Pied (7/8 Muticus), White Spalding (7/8 muticus), Emerald Spalding (15/16, 31/32, muticus).”
Peacocks & More
Address – Conroe, TX
Phone – 936-445-3035
Website – http://peacocksnmore.com/
Contact – Via Form Here
“We have been raising peafowl since 1985. Since 2012 we have hatched over 400 peacock chicks per year and safely delivered over 3000 eggs to their new home. We only hatch the early laid eggs so we can check fertility in our 50 pens along with a few selected breeds that we are working on.”
Coleman’s Fur And Feathers
Address – Lipan, TX
Phone – 817-243-6720
Website – Facebook Page
Contact – Via Facebook Message
“My husband and I raise and breed peafowl. We raise traditional blues as well as several color mutations.”
Address – TX
Phone – 214-707-2051
Website – http://www.texaspeafowl.com/
Contact – email@example.com
“Our first priority is conservation of genetics through a responsible breeding program. To view a large selection of peacocks or peahens showing the traditional as well unique colors click on the links to the left … for the more exotic peafowl and new genetics click on the sales and info page.”
M & T Rabbitry and Poultry Farm
Address – San Antonio, TX
Phone – 210-827-5062
Website – http://sanantoniorabbitsandchickens.com/
Contact – Via Form Here
“The poultry business started Easter of 2010 with 3 incubators and 100 laying hens. We started hatching our own chicks and selling them, it became apparent that there was a market for laying hens because we could not keep up with the demand.”
Rebecca Creek Farms
Address – Spring Branch, TX
Phone – 830-885-7302
Website – http://rebeccacreekfarms.weebly.com/
Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
“Our Peacock lines, shown in the photos above, are over 20 years old and some have inherent white genes. RCF currently has only Indian Blue and White varieties breeding birds at this time. We sell straight run chicks only and white chicks are determined at hatching time. We do not sell eggs.”
How to Find Peacocks for Sale Online
If you’re not able to find a breeder or a farm near you with peacocks for sale, I recommend ordering your birds from an online hatchery.
My go-to online Hatchery of choice is Cackle Hatchery.
Cackle Hatchery is a 3rd generation family-owned and operated hatchery with more than 200 varieties of poultry shipped directly from their facility in Missouri.
At the time of publishing, Cackle Hatchery had a range of different colors and varieties of peacocks and peafowl for sale.
They had assorted peachicks, Indian Blue Peacocks, Spalding Purple Black Shoulder Peafowl, Opal, and White Peafowl to mention just a few!
Prices start as low as ~$59/ea for the assorted peachicks and go into the hundreds for pairs of rarer colors.
It’s certainly worth checking out what they have available. You could place and order and have some peachicks on their way in the post to you in no time!
How Much Do Peacocks Cost in Texas?
Prices for peacocks in Texas can vary a lot depending on the color, age, and gender of the bird.
To give you a general idea, you can expect to pay anywhere from $50 to $500 for most peacocks.
Peahens (female peacocks) are usually less expensive and cost between $25 and $250.
If you want a rarer color, you can expect to pay upwards of $1000 for a pair.
The least expensive I was able to find, for example, was;
- Indian Blue Peacocks – $50/ea
- Purple Blackshoulder Peacocks – $75/ea
- Emerald Spalding Peacocks – $85/ea
- White Peacocks – $85/ea
It really depends on a lot of factors though, so try not to get your hopes set on a price before you start making some calls.
Is It Legal to Have Peacocks as Pets in Texas?
The simple answer is, “Yes!”
In Texas, there are no state laws prohibiting the ownership of peacocks as pets. However, there are some rules and regulations to adhere to, so I recommend contacting your local office first.
It’s also a good idea to check the official Texas.gov site to see if there have been any changes since publishing.
Overall, peacocks are pretty popular in Texas. There is an issue with some wild peafowl in some areas, but as far as owning peafowl goes, it’s really not that uncommon.
Peacocks are magnificent birds, I wish you good luck in finding peacocks for sale in Texas and I know you’ll have a lot of fun raising them!
Image credits – Photo by Zuzanna J on Unsplash