Pheasant Mature - mature ringneck pheasants mt


Ring-necked Pheasant - Montana Field Guide mature ringneck pheasants mt

Mt Healthy Hatcheries Ringneck Pheasants Pheasants can be a wonderful sport, hobby or business. Also sportsmen, you can do a great deal of good by raising them to replenish your local pheasant population. You will find they are a delicious delicacy for special dinner occasions. Watch them develop into beautiful mature birds in 16 to 18 weeks.

The Ring-necked Pheasant adult male has a long, barred tail, iridescent coloration, white collar, and bright red face patch. The adult female also has a relatively long and strongly barred tail, but she has a dull, mottled brown back and buff-colored breast.

The most popular of breeds, our Ringneck pheasant is used primarily for stocking and hunting. The weight of our Ringnecks at maturity (22 weeks) is lbs. for the cocks and lbs. for the hens. These hardy birds adapt readily to the wild and are prized by sportsmen for their excellent flying ability and brilliant colors.

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