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HELLO FROM SOUTH TAMAULIPAS MEXICO
Last Post 25 Oct 2009 08:06 PM by northwoods hunter. 8 Replies.
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FRANCISCO AGUIRREUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:8 FRANCISCO AGUIRRE
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20 Jul 2009 07:52 PM

    DEAR PEOPLE.

    PLEASE ESCUSE MY TERRIBLE ENGLISH, MY NAME IS FRANCISCO, CONSIDER ME LIKE YOUR FRIEND AND A SUPPORT TO, I LIVE IN THE SOUTH SIDE OF FAMOUS TAMAULIPAS STATE, AND I TRY TO CONSOLIDATE ME LIKE AN WINGSHOOTING OUTFITTER, MY PRINCIPAL IS THE WHITE WING DOVE HUNT, IN THE SEASON OF MID AUGUST TO MID OCTUBER, ALSO I OFFER WATERFOWL AND SNOW AND SPECKLE BELLY GEESE HUNTS, IF SOME OF YOU LIKES COME TO ENJOY THIS, I M GLAD OF GIVE YOU AN AFFORDABLE AND  GOOD SERVICE, IN THE OTHER HAND , I LIKE ASK ABOUT THE POSIBILITY OF FIND ALIVE WILD PHEASANTS FOR SPREAD THEM IN MY ZONE? IF SOME OF YOU HAVE SOME INFO OR KNOW TO SOME BODY FOR THIS ?

    THANKS 

    HillbillyUser is Offline Master Hunter Master Hunter Send Private Message Posts:706 Hillbilly
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    20 Jul 2009 07:57 PM
    Hello Back
    Life's Short Play Hard
    PorknbeansUser is Offline Master Hunter Master Hunter Send Private Message Posts:542 Porknbeans
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    21 Jul 2009 05:49 AM
    Francisco, hello and welcome. If you are willing to put in a little effort on the Pheasants you could by chicks and raise them for release on your property. One of our sponsors is McFarlanes. I believe they are the largest producer of pheasant chicks in the world. Give them a call and they can point you in a better direction for your needs. They have a link at the top, right of the page.
    Porknbeans Grand High Pooba of the Fraternal Order of Procrastinators
    llewellinUser is Offline Happy Puppy Happy Puppy Send Private Message Posts:102 llewellin
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    21 Jul 2009 07:37 AM
    aloha???
    HillbillyUser is Offline Master Hunter Master Hunter Send Private Message Posts:706 Hillbilly
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    21 Jul 2009 10:47 AM
    I'd use the Suragator to raise them I've heard it works awesome and then their wild birds plus you could raise some on top of that but you have to have habitat for them to live in or they won't make it.
    Life's Short Play Hard
    FRANCISCO AGUIRREUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:8 FRANCISCO AGUIRRE
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    21 Jul 2009 04:55 PM
    Thank you very much by its answers.

    My idea is the one to look for animal already mature wild to seed them by chance, leave them and that they can survive by themselves. A that serious way to be able to support my zone in the aspect of development, being given one optiòn but aside from the doves and wild geese.

    PD. i use this link for translate http://espanol.babelfish.yahoo.com/...nslate_txt

    Thanks again.
    HillbillyUser is Offline Master Hunter Master Hunter Send Private Message Posts:706 Hillbilly
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    21 Jul 2009 05:28 PM
    You'd have to have good cover and food but it is possible. The best way to do it would be contact a big pheasant breeding outfit but the cost would be through the roof especially to ship them to you. But in the spring you can buy hens really cheap and then you'd have to buy roosters that would be more 1 rooster in the wild will breed up to 9 hens and that's also so for pen raised to but you'd want to do more like 6 to 1 so if some got killed. The other problem is avien predators and varmits.
    Life's Short Play Hard
    FRANCISCO AGUIRREUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:8 FRANCISCO AGUIRRE
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    22 Jul 2009 01:43 PM
    That serious my better option.

    The Mexico people that they like the hunting of this type, not they like that they give farm animal them, the zone where I try to disperse has them very good coverage areas aside from good places with much food (thousnas of acrees of corn sorgum and soya sees) and water, which I need which they are wild is that they know to survive varmints. Thank you very much again.
    northwoods hunterUser is Offline Pheasant Egg Pheasant Egg Send Private Message Posts:3 northwoods hunter
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    25 Oct 2009 08:06 PM
    Get some hens one year old a rooster or two put them in a pen and pick up eggs for a month or two. At my club we start with 50 hens and 2-3 roosters. give the hens calcium grit,and a lot of food. go out daily and pick up the eggs, you can keep the eggs for a few days to fill up the trays. we have been buying one day old chicks for the last few years so my numbers might be off a bit but you put the eggs in the incubator that rock the eggs for I think the first 21 days then move eggs to a non rocking incubator fotrthe next 7 days and the eggs should hatch on the 28th day. make sure you clean the eggs before starting, watch the temp and humidity very important.mist/spray eggs with water just before eggs hatch to soften a bit so chicks can break out more easily. By yourself the breeders handbook. Call Mc farline they can give you tons of info, tours also available. The only problem with pen raised birds are the hawks they will kill many released birds before they take hold, you need lots of cover and luck!!! might want to think about pen raising and selling mature birds to release on hunting day for customers, and with luck the ones that get away and not shot might take hold and breed.
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