Hatching April to July.
The Kansas Ringneck Pheasant is an innovative new strain that is sure to bring excitement to your hunting. It is a strain of the Chinese Ringneck Pheasant.
Production: The Kansas Ringneck Pheasant is a smaller-than-average bodied pheasant, which equals excellent feed conversion.
Temperament: The Kansas Ringneck has an explosive take-off and, due to its smaller size, is a high flier. If you are looking for an exciting, new challenge on your hunts, this may be the perfect choice for you.
History: Experienced, expert breeders with extensive knowledge of pheasant genetics have worked together to produce this bird. The supply is limited, so if you are ready for something new, order yours soon!
Colors: The Kansas Thunder Pheasant has a green head, white band around the throat, and dark, purplish feathers on its body. It has a long, brown and tan barred tail. The coloring is the same as a Chinese Ringneck Pheasant.
Average Mature Weight: Males - 2.25-2.5 pounds, Females - 1.6 1.8 pounds