Raising your own ring-necked pheasants might not just be a hobby, and this guy shows how to get started.
Got some land in the country? Got a good water source and a decent temperate climate? You may be able to start raising your own ring-necked pheasants just like this guy.
That was a pretty neat rundown on a DIY pheasant operation; of course, while it really is not that complex, it is a significant investment in time, money, and land.
Like any kind of livestock farming, you will pretty much have to dedicate yourself to being around the homestead more.
The upsides of your own pheasant farm are the benefits of being able to release this iconic game bird on your property or others and hunt them at your will. There are many game bird farms across the U.S. and Canada that make a very tidy profit doing just that for clients.
For a closer look at a professional game-bird farm that is open most of the year around see Elsaan Outfitting in Ohio.