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Help with male/female ratio in silver pheasants

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I currently have red golden pheasants and am going to be getting some silver pheasant chicks soon. Can I breed them in a trio or quad like the red goldens or do I need to keep them only in pairs. Thanks in advance for any advice!
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They are best bred with at least 3 hens or more.They are very aggressive breeders.My male meets me at the door every day and wants to fight anything that moves.But I like em that way,because every aggressive male I have seen has been an excellent breeder with lots of fertile eggs for years.

In N.H.,Tony.

Raising ornamental pheasants in temminick,saytr,cheers,edwards,blue eareds,germain peacocks,eliot,swinhoe,mikado,lewis silver,impeyan,brown eared,and grey peacock pheasant,diamond doves and cockatiels.New breeds added red golden,yellow golden,amherst,silvers.
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Raising ornamental pheasants in temminick,saytr,cheers,edwards,blue eareds,germain peacocks,eliot,swinhoe,mikado,lewis silver,impeyan,brown eared,and grey peacock pheasant,diamond doves and cockatiels.New breeds added red golden,yellow golden,amherst,silvers.
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They are best bred with at least 3 hens or more.They are very aggressive breeders.My male meets me at the door every day and wants to fight anything that moves.But I like em that way,because every aggressive male I have seen has been an excellent breeder with lots of fertile eggs for years.
In N.H.,Tony.
That's exactly what I was wondering. I know my golden males can be rather relentless at times. Thanks for the advice!
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