This detailed article about the raising of homestead red golden pheasants is a beginners guide to raising these beautiful birds in captivity.
If you’re wanting a new additions to your homestead flock that does not take much in the way of experience, you should consider pheasants. They are supposed to be some of the easiest birds you could ever imagine caring for and owning. They will need a fairly large space so if you will want to build their coops to match the size you will need based on the number you want to own.
As you see below, there are four coops that house a number of pheasants and other birds within the sectioned walls. You will want to also consider the time of year that you are building your future home for these birds as the winter would be a hard time to lay foundation with frozen ground.
If you’re wanting some of the most beautifully colored pheasants, you will want some male birds as they carry the bright and bold colors to attract their female counterparts. If you are wanting future generations to add to your stock, then you will also want a couple females thrown into the mix.
You will absolutely love having these birds upon your property as they are easy to handle and they are highly affectionate birds when you’re giving them a nice treat of sunflowers or another tidbit. With such loveliness added to your home, you will not be able to imagine a time without your pheasants.
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