Housing pheasants with other game.

Discussion in 'Pheasants and Partridge (Chukar)' started by Thegamekeeper, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. Thegamekeeper

    Thegamekeeper Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi,

    Can you house a pair of pheasants with partridges and quails????

    Thanks.
     
  2. BobwhiteQuailLover

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    Sep 25, 2010
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    Yep!! What kind of pheasants do you have?
     
  3. Thegamekeeper

    Thegamekeeper Out Of The Brooder

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    Okay thanks, I have none at the mintue, but planning on getting a pair of goldern pheasants.
     
  4. BobwhiteQuailLover

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    That should be just fine!! [​IMG]
     
  5. Thegamekeeper

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  6. BobwhiteQuailLover

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    Sent you a PM!! [​IMG]
     
  7. Robo

    Robo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would not reccomend housing them together the pheasants could hurt the quail.
     
  8. JJMR794

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    Quote:TOBY, WITH ALL THE THOUSANDS OF QUESTIONS YOU ARE ASKING IN BOTH THIS AND THE QUAIL FORUM I HARDLY THINK YOU SHOULD BE ANSWERING THIS, OR MANY OTHER QUESTIONS FOR THAT MATTER.... ESPECIALLY WHEN THE ANSWER COULD QUITE WELL BE INCORRECT. AS THIS IS. THE PURPOSE OF THIS FORUM IS INFORMATION SHARING, PREFERRABLY CORRECT INFORMATION. BY GIVING ILL ADVICE YOU COULD QUITE EASILY MISINFORM THE INDIVIDUAL ASKING SPECIFIC QUESTIONS AND BY DOING SO CAUSE THEIR BIRDS TO BE LOST OR OTHERWISE HARMED!
     
  9. JJMR794

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    Quote:GAMEKEEPER THIS IS NOT A SIMPLE YES OR NO QUESTION, UNFORTUNATELY THERE ARE WAY TOO MANY VARIABLES. DEPENDING ON SIZE, SPECES INVOLCED, AND NUMBERS OF BIRDS IT MAY BE POSSIBLE, BUT MORE THAN LIKELY IS ILL ADVISED. CAN YOU OFFER UP ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR CONSIDERATION IN THIS ENDEAVOR?
     
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  10. jrsqlc

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    Quote:TOBY, WITH ALL THE THOUSANDS OF QUESTIONS YOU ARE ASKING IN BOTH THIS AND THE QUAIL FORUM I HARDLY THINK YOU SHOULD BE ANSWERING THIS, OR MANY OTHER QUESTIONS FOR THAT MATTER.... ESPECIALLY WHEN THE ANSWER COULD QUITE WELL BE INCORRECT. AS THIS IS. THE PURPOSE OF THIS FORUM IS INFORMATION SHARING, PREFERRABLY CORRECT INFORMATION. BY GIVING ILL ADVICE YOU COULD QUITE EASILY MISINFORM THE INDIVIDUAL ASKING SPECIFIC QUESTIONS AND BY DOING SO CAUSE THEIR BIRDS TO BE LOST OR OTHERWISE HARMED!

    TOTALLY AGREE!! [​IMG]




    Quote:GAMEKEEPER THIS IS NOT A SIMPLE YES OR NO QUESTION, UNFORTUNATELY THERE ARE WAY TOO MANY VARIABLES. DEPENDING ON SIZE, SPECES INVOLCED, AND NUMBERS OF BIRDS IT MAY BE POSSIBLE, BUT MORE THAN LIKELY IS ILL ADVISED. CAN YOU OFFER UP ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR CONSIDERATION IN THIS ENDEAVOR?

    May be possible, I agree also. As with MOST bird species, they SHOULD be house separately. Some people do house different species together and NEVER have a problem, some people have problems even with the birds separated.
    Black head is one big problem around my area. If dont matter what you house together or separately, blackhead is here and is easy to pass.
    I ALWAYS keep my birds wormed, but have still had problems.
     

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