Pheasants are birds of several species within the family of Phasianinae, in the order of Galliformes. They can be found all over the world in introduced or captive populations, yet the species is native to Asia.
Pheasants are characterized by strong sexual dimorphism, males being highly decorative in their color displays and adornments of wattles. Males are usually larger than the females and have longer tails. Males have no part in rearing the young.
The best known pheasant is the common pheasant, also known as the Mongolian ringneck-type.
We raise Red Golden Pheasants, Yellow Golden Pheasants, Peach Golden Pheasants, Cinnamon Splash Golden Pheasants, Sunset Golden Pheasants, and Lady Amherst Pheasants, Silver Pheasants, Swinhoe Pheasants; which are the ornamental pheasants. Eggs are only available during the months of March through July.