Do peahen lay eggs like chichens?

Not really. They are eggs, but unlike chickens who may lay daily for up to two years.

Peahens usually begin laying eggs in April and will lay eggs every second day until a clutch of 7 to 10 eggs are collected. The eggs are light brown in color and are similar in size to turkey eggs. If eggs are collected from the nest for artificial incubation, a peahen can lay as many as 30 eggs.