Chinese (Blue-Back) Ring-Necked Pheasant

Originally found in the mid-western plains of the United States, this pheasant is the most popular breed we produce. Through a rigorous breeder selection process, we have enhanced its wild and explosive characteristics to make it a must have for Driven and European hunts. Males typically weigh 2.6-3.1 pounds, and the females 1.6-2.1 pounds.

Mongolian (Regular) Ring-Necked Pheasant

More common in the eastern United States, this pheasant is our original breed that was wild trapped in the 1930’s. Due to its size and flight characteristics, it is sought out by hunt clubs for field hunting purposes. There is plenty of meat for table consumption, and beautiful feathering for taxidermy work. Males typically weigh 3.5-4.0 pounds, and females 2.5-3.0 pounds. After January 1st, Mongolian males are sold on a first-come first-serve basis. When supplies run out, the smaller Chinese male will be used as a substitute.

Chukar Partridge

Originally from Asia, the Chukar is the most popular partridge we produce. It is natively found in areas of low humidity on rocky hillsides with some grass. They hold extremely tight in light cover and are ideal for dog training and beginner hunters. When flushed, they fly 10-15′ straight up, then pour on the steam to get away. Weights typically range from 1.0-1.4 pounds.

Red-Legged (French) Partridge

Mostly found in southwestern Europe, this partridge is very popular in the U.K. and other European countries for hunting. Many sportsmen from the United States travel annually to Europe for this fast flying bird. The Red-Legged Partridge is gaining popularity in some parts of the U.S., but its breeding and rearing characteristics make it almost as expensive as a pheasant.

Hungarian (Grey) Partridge

Often found in Europe into western Asia, Huns have been introduced into Canada, United States, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. It is mainly used for field hunting, because of its ability to covey and explosive takeoff. They are very skittish and are often compared to a grouse. Like a Red-Legged Partridge, its characteristics require it to be priced similar to a pheasant.