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Discussion in 'Pheasants and Partridge (Chukar)' started by pheasant24, Jun 3, 2011.
how much do first year pairs go for? They are so colorful!
Around $500 for a young pair, I bought my first pair for $450 about 2 years ago. I purchased eggs earlier this year for about $60 per egg and now have 3 unrelated chicks to add to my chicks from the pair I have now.
I see a lot of young prs going for $300-$350
Young prs 250. You can get colored up adults for 350-400 most of the time.
i can get a fully colored pair for about 300
I've got 18 eggs from 2 breeder pairs,but no chicks yet.Not having a very good hatching season here.The hens didn't lay as many eggs this year and they all started to set real early.Just had mom swinhoe come off the nest today(fri) with 3 chicks.I still have an amherst,lewis silver,temminick tragopan and a grey peacock hens still setting.I have 2 grey peacock and 3 temminicks hatched so far.
I have had a pair for 4 years now and never raised a chick. Layed 2 eggs on the roost last year and has NOT laid an egg this year. On a brighter note I have 2 Temminick chicks that mom hatched on her own. I usually have way too many amherst and golden chicks by now but this year I have 2. Eggs are not hatching?
Impeyans are notorious for eating their eggs.I'm sure this is why you have had no eggs this year.My olderr pair has eaten a few of theirs before I could get them.
so $225 is pretty goo for a second year pair?!?! I saw a pair for that and i might be getting them!
I would get them,as long as you have read up on them. They dig a lot and need a well drained aviary, and many otherneeds but I was just naming a few.
Good luck though,