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Jumbo Ringneck Pheasant
2016 Delivery Dates
Catalog Number Description 30 60 120 How Many
JRPS Straight Run 30 for $132.30 60 for $252.60 120 for $482.40
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Availability Display below is for the next several hatches. This breed is available for future dates. You can pick the date during the check out process. Green: available. Blue: limited availability. Red: not available.

The largest pheasant breed offered is the Jumbo Ringneck Pheasant.  This breed is primarily Mongolian blood and is a challenging bird for dogs to get into flight as it tends to be a ground runner. The cock typically weighs between 3.5-4 lbs. and hens 2.5-3 lbs. at maturity. This bird is often used by clubs and growers for meat production. It’s recommended that you get your orders in early to ensure you’ll be able to secure your desired hatch dates for Jumbo Ringneck.



IMPORTANT!  -  A physical address of the final destination is required on all orders for the health papers that accompany Chukar Partridge and Pheasants!


You must provide this when booking your order!






We need to know about cancellations by 10 a.m. Thursday before our ship date.

If you have a cancellation after that, we can  honor the cancellation of the chicks, but we will still need to charge you for the postage that was created for your order.





The state of New Hampshire requires the NH Fish and Game Permit number be on the health certificate that is sent with the birds. You will need to provide us with this before the birds can be sent.


The state of West Virginia requires an Importation Permit for all orders. This number has to be on the Health Certificate, which is sent with the birds. You will need to contact the WV Dept. of Ag., Chris Ryan @ 304-558-2771. There is no charge for this permit. You will need to provide us with this before the birds are sent.


The state of Maine now requires that you apply for import permit prior to shipment of Chukars and Pheasants. You will need to contact the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.  You must apply for this once your order has been placed.  This is necessary for the paperwork that is shipped with the birds.  Otherwise they cannot be shipped.


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Questions & Answers
Can you keep pheasants with chickens. Quail with chickens?
No, it is not recommended to keep gamebirds with chickens. They can be more aggressive and also should be fed a higher protein gamebird feed which is not recommended for chickens.
In your Q & A you say: "What is the average weight at slaughter time Jumbo Ringneck Pheasants average dress weight of 4-6 lbs @ 18 weeks." In your description on the jumbo page, it is much smaller. Which is correct? Bob
The 4-6 lbs would be incorrect. The description on the birds would be accurate.
my 4 day old pheasants are killing each other at the rate of one per day. what can i do stop this
Be sure they have enough space, and are able to get away from the heat if needed. Also use a red heat bulb instead of white.
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