The Blackneck pheasant, also known as the Southern Caucasus pheasant, is a dark-feathered pheasant that can weigh up to a pound more than a Ringneck pheasant. Blackneck pheasants are also much less flighty. These pheasants can live with Ringnecks and Melanistic pheasants in captivity. Blackneck eggs and chicks are available from late March to late July
The chukar is a partridge with primarily gray feathering that is rather flighty. Weighing about 1-1.5 pounds, Chukars are nearly unaffected by extreme temperatures and relatively easy to raise. Chukar eggs and chicks are available from April until August.
Weighing in at about 8-10 ounces, the strain of Northern Bobwhites carried by Show-Me Pheasants is ideal for hunting purposes, and the quail will be slightly larger in size than most common Northern Bobwhite quail strains would produce. We believe our efforts to slightly increase their size created a great dual-purpose, hardy, bird. Bobwhite eggs and chicks are available from April through September.
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The Afghan-Whitewing pheasant, also known as the Bianchii pheasant, is a smaller pheasant with distinct coloring. Whitewing pheasants have a very dark chest and auburn-colored body feathers. These pheasants will only weight up to 2-2.5 pounds, but they fly just as explosively as our Ringneck pheasants. These pheasant could be raised in the same pen with other pheasant breeds. Eggs will be available in very limited quantities from early April through early July.
The Ringneck pheasant is a very strong-flying bird. The strain carried by Show-Me Pheasants is bred to mature sooner, and their wild demeanor makes them ideal for re-population projects. Ringneck pheasant eggs and chicks are available from late March until late July.
The Melanistic Mutant pheasant has beautiful black, purple, and green feathering. The females have black-brown feathering. These pheasants have been known to have higher re-population success rates in the wild. Melanistics can live harmoniously with Ringneck Pheasants in captivity, and can be an exciting surprise during any field or European hunt. They are also popular among hobbyists. Melanistic eggs and chicks are available from late March to lae July.