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Pheasants are very beautiful birds that you can admire endlessly. Increasingly, they are started on poultry farms and their own backyards. Pheasants are bred for various purposes, the main of which should be called the sale of meat, eggs and feathers. Also, birds delight the eye with their colorful plumage. Their presence will beautify any household. The main thing is to know the peculiarities of breeding birds and caring for them .
Juvenile pair: $400




The Edwards's Pheasant, Lophura edwardsi, is endemic to the bamboo forests of central Vietnam. This bird is named after the French ornithologist Alphonse Milne-Edwards. The average length of this pheasant is 23 - 26 inches (58-67 cm). It has red legs and facial skin. The male is a mainly blue-black with a crest, while the female's plumage is a drab brown.
These pheasants require a spacious, well-planted aviary, 39 sq.ft. (12 m2) should suffice - although some have been successfully bred in smaller aviaries. A suitable dry shelter should be provided to protect them from the elements. It is recommended to keep them them in pairs. These pheasants are ready to breed the first year. The breeding season, in the U.S., usually starts in May. The female lays 7 to 21 eggs, which she incubates for 25 days.
DIET:  They should be provided a staple food of game bird pellets, seeds, greens and live food.
Life Span: Can leave up to 25years