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Juvenile Pheasants


Please disregard "Straight Run" and refer to the description only regarding male, female or straight run!


PLEASE NOTE!  Your order order of juvenile fowl will ship on the Wednesday following the day the order was placed.



We cannot ship any Juvenile Birds to Puerto Rico.





Juvenile birds are shipped Wednesdays, via USPS Express Mail. We will call you when we are ready to ship your order.


 Juveniles will eat a poultry layer crumble or a gamebird crumble. They are given scratch during transit.


Pinioned birds – The right side is pinioned. Feel the end of the wing where the bone would be and compare with the left. They are easily pinioned at hatching, otherwise it is a surgical procedure. Juveniles that are not pinioned can have a wing trimmed. The trimmed feathers will grow back, though, so it will need to be done approximately four times a year.


Birds that are not wing trimmed or pinioned will fly away, and most likely not return.  Keep in mind these are wild birds - pinioning or trimming the wing are sure ways to keep them from flying away.


Please note that Juvenile Pheasants are never pinioned.  They can jump 7 feet in the air, even with a clipped wing.



Miscellaneous Notes:

  • One pair of swans can take care of vegetation on a one acre lake.


  • Mandarin bill color : Male – Red Female – Dark Grayish Black. Young males & females look alike. True colors will develop after 3 months.
  • Wood & Mandarin Ducks – Molting – they will molt yearly for a couple of months.


  • Ornamental Pheasants – different breeds can be kept together until Spring. They will fight during breeding season so must be kept separate at that time.  It can take up to a year for full coloring of ornamental pheasants. 


Red Golden Pheasant

Lady Amherst Pheasants

Juvenile Reeves Pheasant

Yellow Golden Pheasant

Juvenile Silver Pheasants

Lady Amherst Pheasant-full color

Grey Peacock Pheasant

Yellow Golden Pheasant-Full Color

Temminck Trapgopan Pheasant

Red Golden Pheasants-Full Color

Female Silver Pheasant

Female Reeves Pheasant

Female Red Golden Pheasant

Female Lady Amherst

Male Yellow Golden Pheasant

Male Red Golden Pheasant

Male Lady Amherst Pheasant

Impeyan Pheasant
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Blue Eared Pheasant
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Brown Eared Pheasants
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