At Indian Lake Game Birds & Hatchery we specialize in raising juvenile pheasants for release. We are a Commercial Game Farm.
We are inspected annually by the Minnesota State Board of Animal Health, the Minnesota Department of Natrual Resources (DNR)and we belong to the National Poultry Improvement Program (NPIP certified/approved)
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A down payment may be required so we can prepare for hatching season.
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PHEASANTS FOR RESTORATION Indian Lake Game Birds (WINTHROP MN)SPECIALIZING IN JUVENILE PHEASANTS FOR RESTORATION
RELEASING PHEASANTS AT 8-WEEKS OLD HAS BEEN VERY SUCCESSFUL AS WE HAVE RECEIVED FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS CUSTOMERS
FOR BREEDS, VARIETY and PRICING PLEASE E-MAIL US
or call 507-647-3928
Our mission is to cater to the people that may only be able to buy a limited number of pheasants at a time but come back repeatedly as well as the person that wants to release hundreds of pheasants on their property each season. It is also our priority to produce the strongest, healthiest and wildest pheasants and other gamebirds available anywhere.
We stand behind everything we provide and offer uncompromising customer service. Whether you buy your birds from us or another vendor we are happy to share what we've learned raising pheasants and other gamebirds for over 11 years.
We specialize in juvenile Pheasants for release, strong and wild Chukar Partridge and Quail for dog training. With that in mind genetics are the key to raising our gamebirds as strong and wild as possible. The health and happiness of our birds only adds excitement and value for our customers; both 4 legged and 2 legged. We've tried hard to develop a bird that is both healthy and challenging in the field.
Indian Lake Game Birds
Winthrop, MN 55396
Phone: +1 507-647-3928
Interesting Nutritional Findings
Read about Quail Eggs on the Jumbo Brown Quail page.
Above are some young adult pheasants (12 weeks) enjoying the Pheasants Forever food plot we planted in their flight pen. They love eating what I call weeds but they are native grasses and other foliage.