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Ringneck Pheasant

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Ringneck Pheasant Chicks


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Num. Birds 15-49 50-99 100-199 200+
Price per Bird $2.89 $2.59 $2.39 $2.19

These birds are priced by chick, with a minimum order of 30 total chicks. Ringneck Pheasants are sold as Straight Run Only.
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Free Shipping Price: $2.89
Breed Specific Minimum: 15

Availability: Accepting Orders for June and July Shipments
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Chinese Ringneck Pheasant

Ringneck Pheasant are some of the most sought after and and desirable birds to hunt, eat, raise as pets, or keep on your property as ornamental birds. Their meat is delectable, and found in many high end restaurants around the world.

They are a very hardy and adaptable bird. It is feasible to raise them in many climates and environments. The best habitats for the Ringneck Pheasant consist of 50-70% crop fields like corn, soybean, or other small grains, and the the remaining portion should include some wetlands, grasslands, and dense brushy area. Also, Ringneck Pheasants are capable of fast flight, making them an excellent game bird for hunting enthusiasts.

They have stately nature and colorful, unique plumage. Many homeowners want them on their property for the joy of observation and admiration. On occasional visit from a Ringneck Pheasant will certainly brighten your day. Property owners can purchase a quantity of Ringneck Pheasant chicks, raise them in a pen for a few weeks, then release onto their property to ad some diversity to their land.
Product Facts

Ringneck Pheasant Info

  • Weight - Drakes: 2.5-3 pounds ; Hens: ~ 2 pounds
  • Length - Drakes: 35 inches ; Hens: 25 inches
  • Color - Roosters: Green head with a white ring around the neck, brown chests, gray keel with orange trimming, long and dark brown tail
    Hens: Mottled brown plumage with black spots and trimming, long brown tail
  • Game Bird Release Age - 8 - 10 weeks
  • Fully Maturity Age - 23 weeks
  • Country of Origin - China

Average Customer Review: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 Write a review.

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surprised May 31, 2016
Reviewer: Anthony Glemzu from Winchester, VA United States  
I was surprised that thirty one birds fit in that small box. When I opened it I found four chicks that looked dead, However they all revived.So far I have lost three birds total but it looks like the rest are going to survive they are growing fast and look healthy. If I order more birds in the future I will definitely use efowl.

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:( May 25, 2016
Reviewer: Dianna Benoit Kittell from Franklin, VT United States  
We've lost a couple even with our best attempts, not sure if they spent too long in shipping but it seems another one dies every day :(

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Health Birds May 19, 2016
Reviewer: scott rogers from nesconset, NY United States  
I ordered 15 ringnecks and 15 Melanistic Got 16 of each and they are growing like weeds. Thank You eFowl

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Sick Pheasants May 9, 2016
Reviewer: Sherri Line from Carlisle, PA United States  
I lost  half of the 50 pheasants I received.  I actually observed a pheasant appear to have a seizure and drop over dead.

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are they all dead yet June 29, 2015
Reviewer: paul saint from vail, AZ United States  
ordered 18 birds, 1 arrived dead, next day 3 more dead, next day 3 more dead, at the end of a week only 5 survived - so 13 died  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hi Paul, Thanks for your note.  That is unfortunate to lose so many pheasant chicks after a safe and ontime arrival.  What temperature do you have the birds at?  What are you using for feed and bedding?  Please check out our care guides (http://www.eFowl.com/chickencare) and ensure you have the best possible brooder setup for the birds.  Thanks! ~Austin

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