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    Default How much are you paying for pheasants?

    How much for mature birds/flyers? I am trying to figure out if I am getting the coal mine, or the shaft on a deal.

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    When we go to a local bird farm for put and take hunts we pay $15 per released bird I'd say u should be able to buy flyers for less than that.
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    My last pheasant purchase was from a gamebird farm in 10/08 at $9 each.
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    For our Upland we bought all hens for $6 roosters were $9
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    Thanks for the info!
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    We pay $20 a bird here.
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    For Ducks we pay $10-$12 a bird - I guess pheasants would be similar.

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    I use to be able to buy spent laying hen pheasants for $3 each. The Hmong population started buying the spent hens driving up the price.
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    How much are people paying for pigeons? I would be especially interested in how much other people in Minnesota are paying.

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