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Juvenile Pheasants

Due to state regulations -

We are no longer shipping any Juvenile Fowl into the state of Minnesota.

Please note that juvenile or adult pheasants are never pinioned.

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. If they are wing clipped it will grow back in approximately 3-4 months.  Pinioning is only done at hatching.

Please refer to the description only regarding male, female or straight run!

Juvenile Birds are only available for shipment in the 48 contiguous states.

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

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

Different breeds of pheasants can be kept together until Spring. They will fight during breeding season and must be kept separate at that time. It can take up to a year for full coloring of ornamental pheasants.


If you intend to let your pheasants forage, the best breed to do that with are the Silver pheasants, in groups of 2-3 pairs. The other breeds are apt to wander off. Beware of predators though!  A covered pen or aviary is best for the juvenile pheasants.

McMurray Hatchery Dark Throated Golden Pheasant
Dark Throated Red Golden Pheasants

The Dark Throated Golden Pheasant adult male resembles a normal Red Golden Pheasant, but with a dark face and throat. Females are much darker all around with dark barring. The chicks are dark brown with white spots. 

Yellow Golden Pheasants
McMurray Hatchery Brown Eared Juvenile Pheasants
Brown Eared Pheasants

The Brown Eared Pheasant is a large, rare variety with glossy brown hair-like feathering, a black crown, a red featherless face and legs, and long creamy white ear tufts. Their tail feathers have a black edging and are very wide — usually held high in an arch shape.

Reeves Pheasants
McMurray Hatchery Grey Peacock Pheasant Male
Grey Peacock Pheasants

The Grey Peacock Pheasant — also known as the Chinquis or the Burmese Peacock Pheasant — is a large gray pheasant with irridescent blue-green ocelli (eye spots) on its wings and tail feathers. Females are smaller and not as colorful as the males. Grey Peacock Pheasants can be tame and aren't usually aggressive.

Elliot Pheasants - M/F Pair
McMurray Hatchery Impeyan Pheasants
Impeyan Pheasants

Impeyan Pheasants are beautiful birds with irridescent and colorful wings and neck. Sometimes referred to as the "nine-colored bird," these birds are a mix of green, purple, red and blue. They are known for making a shrill whistle sound. 

Male Elliot Pheasant
McMurray Hatchery Lady Amherst Pheasant
Lady Amherst Pheasants

Lady Amherst Pheasants (Chrysolophus amherstiae) are named for Lady Sarah Amherst who first introduced these ornamental pheasants in England. Males are spectacular, with their black and white nuchal cape, red crest, and long grey tail with red, blue, dark green, white and yellow plumage underneath. 

Swinhoe Pheasant - Juvenile - M/F Pair

Red Golden Pheasants
Male Swinhoe Pheasant - Juvenile
McMurray Hatchery Silver Pheasants
Silver Pheasants

The Silver Pheasant is a large pheasant. Males are a brilliant white with dark thin lines, a dark underside, and a bare red area around the eye. These are considered to be a good “starter” breed for people who want to learn more about raising pheasants. 

Female Reeves Pheasant
McMurray Hatchery Temminck Tragopan Pheasants
Temminck's Tragopan Pheasants

The Temminck Tragopan Pheasants are horned birds with short bills, and tail feathers that are shorter than the wings. These are extremely hardy birds and are easy to keep in a medium or large aviary. They like high perches and elevated nest boxes. 

Male Reeves Pheasants - Juvenile