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red golden pheasant

Red Golden Pheasant are semi-aggressive. Their feathers are valued for tying salmon flies. The Red Golden Pheasant flares its feathers in a fantastic display during breeding season. They lay medium light brown/pinkish eggs. During their second year, hens begin laying eggs March-April and cocks are in full color. Some hens lay in their fist year. Cocks have yellow eyes, hens have brown eyes. You should separate the cocks during breeding season.

Provide plenty of cover with green vegetation. Incubate eggs at 99.5 degrees with an 85-88 degree-wet bulb for 22-25 days. Separate cocks and hens as soon as chicks can be sexed.

silver pheasant

Silver Pheasants are very aggressive. They lay large brownish red eggs in the first year usually March - April.
They will show signs of white coloration with in 3 - 4 months. Cocks are in full color their second year molt.

The Silver Pheasant displays an incredible show during breeding season, the cock's flutter their wings which can be heard at a distance. Silver pheasants like plenty of green cover.

Incubate eggs at 99.5 degrees with an 85 - 88 degree wet bulb for 23 - 25 days. As soon as chicks can be sexed, you should separate the cocks and hens. You are able to sex the cocks as early as three to four months.

reeves pheasant

Reeves Pheasants are very aggressive. They are know for their remarkable tails.
They have been know to grow to nine feet in length. The average tail length is between four and five feet. They are golden in color and have a black and white mask across their face. Reeves begin laying in their first year around March - August. Cocks reach full color in between six and seven months. Provide plenty of cover with green vegetation.

Incubate at 99.5 degrees with an 85-88 degree-wet bulb for 24-27 days. As soon as chicks can be sexed, separate cocks and hens

India Blue and Ring-Neck

Francolin Erckel's

Swinhoe and Philby's

Lady Amherst

Snow and White pheasants

Grey Peacock

ring neck pheasant

The Ringneck is a bird ready to burst into the air in seconds. Many people hunt the ringneck for its delicious tasting meat. They are also used to train dogs. Males have a bright blue/green head, with a red patch that surrounds the eyes, a white ring surrounds the neck, and the body is colored in copper, gold, redish brown, black, green, and maroon. They have long tails tan/brown with black barring. Females are multicolored brown with some white, grayish, coloring.

During the breeding, season one male to every 10 females. Hen's lay 100+ eggs per season, you can trick the hen into laying more under extended hours of light. Incubate eggs at 99.5 degrees, with 85-87 degrees-wet bulb for 23-27days. Brood chicks at 95 degrees lowering the temperature 5 degrees each week util they feather. As soon as chicks can be sexed, separate the males and females.

A pheasant eats aproxametly 15 pounds of feed in 20 weeks. I feed turkey starter to chicks and a Chicken layer ration to adults, and a supplement of grains and corn in the fall. Keep feed and water full, provide penty of cover and green vegetation

Black Mutant


Impeyan, Himalayn Monal

Isabel Buff