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Food Plot Seed For Pheasants

Pheasants Male & FemalePheasant food plots can be planted with strip plantings of corns, millets, oats, buckwheat, or soybeans. Weed seeds like thistle grasses, sumac, nightshade, burdock, and rag weed are heavy seeders. Trees such as dogwood, wild cherry, and  hardwoods. All the wild berries and tame berry varieties are great attractants as well as beans, sunflowers, clovers, sorghums and dandelions. The food plots that can be planted for the different sub-species of pheasant will depend upon your locale and what will easily grow. Pheasants in the USA prefer a habitat of woodlands, farmland, scrub and wetlands.  Their natural habitat would be one of grassland waters with small areas of trees.

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The pheasant is a fairly large game bird with a mature male reaching lengths upwards of a yard long from the beak to the end of his tail feathers. A mature male usually weighs in at about 3 lbs and is very intelligent and as with most of the wildlife is the more spectacular in color and plumage. The mature hen usually reaches lengths of about 20 inches and weighs a meager one pound.

The most well known species of pheasant is the Chinese ring neck which is often considered one of America’s favorite game birds although the bird is not a native to American soil. This breed of pheasant is also referred to as "Common Pheasants" and can vary in appearance do to captive hybrid mating. The pheasant was introduced into the United States sometime in the early 1800’s from Asia and since it's introduction has flourished very well in the northern states, the plains states, the Midwest, parts of the western USA, Hawaii as well as Canada and Mexico. Attempts to introduce the pheasant into southern states have however met with a lot of problems. Some scientists speculate the lack of lime in the soil the main reason for the failed introduction attempts. Lime is needed by hens during and after pregnancy as a source of calcium as well as in the formation of healthy eggs.

In many parts of the USA, the pheasant is considered the premier game bird. Most pheasants hunted in the USA are either wild born, feral birds or captive birds reared for hunting. The Common or ring necked pheasant is not an easy bird to hunt. Pheasants feed solely on the ground and roost in trees at night They tend to flock together during mating season and thereafter form loose flocks which are very cautious once they have been hunted and associate the danger with humans. In addition to the food plot varieties described in our first paragraph, pheasant will eat a wide range of insects along with small vertebrates such as snakes, lizards, small birds and the occasional small mammal

The Ringed Neck Pheasant are adept at flying short distances but prefer to run and can do so at speeds of up to 38mph! This does make for a challenging hunt thus the premier game bird title in the states they inhabit.

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