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How To Raise Game Birds
 

Finally A Complete Guide That Shows You....

"How To Start Your Very Own
Game Bird Farm And Raise Healthy Profitable Game Birds Even If You're
Just Starting Out In Productive
Game Bird Farming"

 

“That's Right, This Is A Beginner's And Advanced Farmers Guide To Raising Pheasants, Quail, Partridges, Turkeys, Pigeons, Emu, Plus Ostrich Easily And Avoid Costly Mistakes That Game Bird Owners
Are Prone To!"

 

Date:

Name: Gerard Dawn

 

Dear Game Birds Farmer,

You've been searching around for information on how to raise game birds, but you not finding enough guidelines to get you started? Or you have some questions you need answers to when raising game birds? Well look no further because I've got the answers to all questions you may have to raising your own healthy game birds.

Many years ago families relied on the ability to grow their own game birds. Today many families have moved away from this lifestyle and the secrets to the care of game birds have been greatly diminished.

A lot of farmers when thinking of which livestock to raise don't think of game birds. Game birds can be a rewarding and profitable addition to your livestock farm.

They can be raised for meat and eggs, enjoyed at home or sell for profit, to help train hunting dogs, and for release back into the wild for repopulation/hunting.

Livestock farmers raise these birds because of the local and international demand for eggs, which are not only a delicacy (especially quail eggs) but also sold to other farmers to incubate for their own game flocks.

 

The Benefits Of Raising Game Birds...

Low Capital Farming Method - One of the hardest things when starting out in livestock farming is the capital needed. With game bird farming it is not that expensive to get started when compared to other types of livestock like cattle and sheep.

Marketing Is Simple - When you farm game birds, you don’t have to do a lot of marketing since your birds sell themselves. Game bird market is always there – you are just supplying the demand for it. Obvious, there will be some marketing you will have to do, but it is less when compared to other types of livetock. In addition, game birds are consumed throughout the globe. You are not restricted to certain countries, and continents.

A Quick Return on Your Investment - Even though the is capital needed to start game bird farming is minimal, you will see a quick return in your investment. Most game birds lay eggs within a two month span. Meaning you will see a quick turnaround on your profits as some game birds can start laying eggs at just about 12 weeks old.

You Don’t Require a Lot of Space - One other reason livestock farming can be expensive is the space needed to raise livestock or plant crops. When it comes to game birds, however, you don’t need a lot of land. If you are starting out really small, you can raise a few birds in your backyard – you don’t even require an actual farm yet.

Financing is Usually Easy - Financing a livestock farm can be difficult, but not for game birds. Most financial institutions provide some form of financing program for this method of farming. It’s often much easier for beginner bird farmers to get a loan for this kind of farming than any other kind that they don’t have experience in. Beginning of with just game birds, though, can be a ideal way to keep your costs down.

High in Protein - When looking for a nice source of lean, low fat protein, game birds are the way to go. The protein in birds lends itself to muscle growth and development, and assist in supporting a healthy body weight and aid weight loss. Game birds are also rich in phosphorus, a vital mineral that supports your teeth and bones, as well as liver, kidney, and central nervous system function. Game birds are high in alpha, retinol, beta-carotene, and lycopene, all derived from vitamin A, and all important for a healthy eyesight.

As you see there are lots of benefits as to why one would want to raise their own game birds. When done right game bird farming can be very rewarding and can bring some good profits as well. But it is very important that you know what you are doing when starting out because you can easily make costly mistakes. So read on...

 

Raising Game Birds Is Rewarding.

There's no doubt that game bird farming is rewarding that's why it's considered as a multi-billion dollar industry because the demand for game bird produce is ever growing.

As a beginner farmer you may think it is impossible to learn to how to care for game birds correctly, but it is not. You too, however, can easily learn how to care for game birdsin order to reach your goals.

Without the right tools and information, it could take you years and cost you a fortune to discover the secrets of successful care of game birds, however. Instead of spending a fortune on so-called experts or knocking yourself out with the old trial and error method, there is an easier way to achieve your goals.

Now there’s good news ....

I won’t deny that there are a ton of books out there on the elements of the care of game birds. Unfortunately the problem with most books on the subject is that they are either filled with plenty of promises, no solid techniques and strategies to back up those promises or they contain only one or two pieces of useful information and not a comprehensive look at everything you need to know to succeed.

 

Introducing the...

How To Raise Game Birds!

The How To Raise Game Birds EbookWhen people move from the city life to live in the country side they get interested in raising game birds.

The reasons may vary as to why people want to raise game birds, some people raise them as pets and some raise them because they want to make some money by selling the birds produce.

In many ways "commercial" game bird breeding is identical to raising the ornamental species of game birds. There is a difference. Housing, management techniques, and even differences in the birds themselves contribute to some confusion as to what "commercial" as opposed to "ornamental" game bird breeding really is. However, at the root of the difference is the motivation of the game bird breeder.

Most "ornamental" species are raised by hobby aviculturists which do not have "profits" as a motive. These dedicated men and women usually do not even make enough "profit" to pay for the feed each year much less the cost of the pens, equipment, and labor. They are glad to donate their time and other costs of raising their favorite species. It can safely be said that few, if any, hobby aviculturists make any profit.

To gain a profit is a real accomplishment during these days of economic uncertainty. Our hats must go off in a salute to the management of a game farm that is a success as there are many hazards which must be overcome to reach success. There are some considerations which should be taken seriously by the prospective commercial game bird breeder.

The dollar investment that is required for commercial production of game birds and their products is probably the first consideration one should make. In a Commercial Game Bird Project there will be considerable investment required. But the rewards will be far greater.

"How To Raise Game Birds" breaks the mold of all the other books you have heard and read about. It presents solid, proven steps to help you learn how to care for game birds. 

 

With this guide you will discover how to successfully raise:

 PheasantsRaise Pheasants

Raising pheasants has been done, literally, for centuries by the Japanese and have migrated with the aid of humans to all over the world.

Because of their small size, they are perhaps the easiest of food birds to raise and can be kept in small areas as opposed to other gamefowl that require more space.

Part of the attraction of raising pheasants for food is the healthy meat that they produce and it is desirable as healthy consumption due to the low level of cholesterol contained in it as well as being infused with multiple nutrients.

As a delectable and nutritious meal, pheasants is rapidly becoming the choice of people everywhere desiring to follow healthy eating practices.

In detail you will learn:  

The History Of Pheasants
Different Types of Pheasants
Checklists for Raising Pheasants
To Hatch or to Buy Your Birds
A Look At Brood Rearing
Feeding and Watering Your Birds
Constructing The Right Flight Pen
Raising Pheasants For Meat
Raising Pheasants For Eggs
How To Deal With Cannibalism
The Right Supplements For Optimum Health
Pheasant Diseases: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
Working With Regulations In Your Area
To Stock or Not to Stock Your Birds
How to Release Your Birds

 

 QuailRaise Quail

Raising quail is inexpensive, easy, provides very healthy low-fat white meat, and supplies the fertilizer you need for your garden. The moderate start-up costs for raising quail are well worth it. It you are considering going into the business of raising quail or you are already in the business, you have one major objective, to make a profit.

For people who want to take their raising quail hobby to the next level of producing and marketing large numbers as a business, there is a huge market for them out there right now. The cost of feed and supplies is minimal considering all the meat and eggs you get for your efforts.

Raising Quail however does require more than just feed and equipment. It also requires a commitment by you, to keep a clean and healthy environment. When raising quail, disease is your biggest enemy. Studies in this area have found that 80% of all quail mortality could have been prevented with proper management.

Beginners should start with the Coturnix quail. The Japanese or Coturnix quail are the fastest growing and reproducing birds. They are also the best specie of quail to raise for meat and eggs. These quail possess a remarkable resistance to disease, start laying at six weeks of age, and can be consumed at four to five weeks of age.

In detail you will learn: 

How To Get Started In Raising Quails
Why Quail Farming Is Lucrative Investment
The Different Breeds of Quails
How to Proper Select a Breed of Quails
Proper Quail Houses
Quail House Plans
Health Inside the Quail Coop
Guidelines to Quail Feeding
Raising Quails For Meat And Eggs
How to Get the Eggs
How to Hatch the Chicks
How to Grow and Feed the Chicks
Care of the Growing Chicks
Beak Trimming Your Birds
The Proper Way To Brooding Quails
When to Slaughter Your Quails
The Right Supplements For Optimum Health
Quail Diseases: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

 

 PartridgesRaise Partridges

Choosing to raise partridges can be an enormous undertaking, but with the proper research and information you will be able to handle it like a professional. Knowing your breeds is perhaps the first and most important step to beginning the process.

Have you decided whether the partridges will be raised for food or game only? These are important questions and information you will need to be aware of before commencing onto the next steps involved to breeding or raising partridges.

If you have decided for certain you are going to raise them, the next step is educating yourself on the different breeds and types of wild fowl available for domestic raising. The main types that are available in the United States are literally thousands of types of quail, pheasant, partridge, ducks, and chickens.

In detail you will learn: 

The History Of Partridges
The Various Types Of Partridges
Getting Started With Raising Partridges
The Distribution OF Partridges
Characteristics of the Chukar Egg
Steps To Partridge Brooding
Growing Chukars The Healthy Way
Giving The Right Nutrition To Your Birds
The Right Supplements For Optimum Health
The Management of Breeders
Raising Partridges For Meat
Raising Partridges For Eggs
A Look Into Partridge Sanitation
Partridge Diseases: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
Steps To Releasing Your Partridges

 

 TurkeysRaise Turkeys

The turkey is a very large bird which is also a native species in North America. Its bare neck with wattles as wells as its grand plumage is a very distinctive characteristic.

Its name was first used to refer to another species of guinea fowl which was thought to have come from Turkey but the truth is that the specie found in North America is really a different type. There is quite a variety of Turkey specie but among the most common are the Bourbon Red, the Narragansett, White Holland, and the Bronze.

If you are interested in raising turkeys, you have to understand that there are several stages in raising this fowl which first starts in the breeder farm then the hatchery and the last is the turkey farm.

Typically, the breeder farm is where the mother turkey lays it eggs and then after collecting it, the eggs are then sent to the hatchery. If the turkey is for commercial consumption, there are several steps being followed by turkey hatchery in order to insure that the farm will have only the highest quality of turkey eggs.

In detail you will learn:  

The General History About Domestic Turkeys
Getting Started In Raising Turkeys
Different Turkey Sizes And Breeds
The Different Kinds Of Turkey Breeds
The Living Conditions Suitable for Turkeys
How To Take Care Of A Newborn Turkeys
Raising Turkeys for Meat
Requirements Needed For Breeding Meat Turkeys
Turkey Price and Meat Content
Raising Turkeys for Egg Production
Egg Gathering and Storage
Turkey Gestation and Life Expectancy
Turkey Grooming and Separating the Sexes
Artificial Brooding Of Poults
How To Build A Proper Turkey House
Turkey Diseases: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
Raising Turkeys For Profit

 

 PigeonsRaise Pigeons

One of the most common superlatives used to describe the taste of a pigeon is "delectable." Webster defines the meaning as highly pleasing, delightful, and delicious, and others add luscious, extremely pleasing to the sense of taste, and capable of causing desire.

The Chinese have raised pigeons for over 2000 years. Today pigeon farms are big business in china, with several hundred being operated with government approval and encouragement. They are also big medicine. The Chinese believe that pigeons is not only delicious and easily digestible, but that the meat and broth can be used to treat a variety of health ailments.

On the American scene, the use of pigeons may be a result of the people's memory and fondness for the tenderness and taste of the passenger pigeon, and we know what happened to that miraculous horde. They ate them. Thomas Jefferson and the history of the United States are forever intertwined.

If pigeons are good enough for a prophet, an American founding father, and one of the world's richest men, it's good enough for me. After all, 1.4 billion Chinese, with a "B", cannot be wrong.

In detail you will learn:  

How To Get Started In Raising Pigeons
Why Get Into Pigeon Farming?
The Different Breeds of Pigeons
The Live Weights of Adult Birds
How to Proper Select a Breed of Pigeons
Proper Pigeon Houses
Pigeon House Plans
Health Inside the Pigeons Coop
Guidelines to Pigeon Feeding
How to Get the Eggs
How to Hatch the Chicks
How to Grow and Feed the Chicks
Care of the Growing Chicks
Raising Pigeons for Meat (squabs)
When to Slaughter Your Pigeons
Making Money Raising Pigeons
The Right Supplements For Optimum Health
Pigeon Diseases: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

 

 Emu

Even though the emu is native to Australia, these birds (cousins of the ostrich) are found around the world on farms. They are raised on farms in many locations of the United States, Canada, many areas of India, Spain, and of course, around Australia. The process of commercially raising them in a farm setting started around 1998 and has continued to be a huge business.

Part of that stems from the fact that emu oil continues to get lots of attention. It is believed to be a natural remedy to help reduce pain and inflammation. It is marketed as a great option for controlling arthritis, for healing after a burn, and for reducing pain after being bitten or stung by various insects.

In some locations, the birds are raised for their meat to be consumed, which is considered a red meat. The leather is used in many products and is another commercial success for suppliers as emu leather is in high demand.

The emu does well in captivity and they are easy enough to raise. They don't require a great deal of space so, emu farms are small, compact enterprises comprising only a few acres. Accordingly, manpower to operate such a farm is not overbearing (when compared, say, to a dairy farm or cattle ranch). It takes little manpower to meet the needs of the emus.

In detail you will learn: 

How To Get Started In Raising Emu
The Different Breeds of Emu
The Live Weights of Adult Birds
How to Proper Select a Breed of Emu
Proper Emu Houses
Emu House Plans
Health Inside the Emu Coop
Guidelines to Emu Feeding
How to Get the Eggs
How to Hatch the Chicks
How to Grow and Feed the Chicks
Care of the Growing Chicks
When to Slaughter Your Emu
The Right Supplements For Optimum Health
Emu Diseases: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

 

 Ostrich

Decorative feathers, delicious and nutritious meat and strong, attractive leather are just some of the reasons to consider the lucrative business of ostrich farming. It can also be an aid for healthier eating habits.

Ostrich farming is currently conducted in over 100 countries across the world. From cold climates such as Alaska and Sweden to equatorial countries like Brazil and Indonesia, ostriches are being raised as livestock with high yields. Because of its hardy nature, virtually any area is adaptable for the ostrich.

Its feathers provide great protection with their insulating abilities; keeping the bird cool in hot climates and warm in colder areas. Humidity does present a problem, not with the adults but with the chicks which are highly susceptible to diseases that can be present in those conditions.

Another reason many people consider the business of ostrich farming is that the meat, eggs, and hide of ostriches are in great demand. The cost of raising ostriches is much less than that of many livestock, because the ostrich is a free range animal that requires virtually no care after the age of 4 to 5 months. Feeding the birds is a much lower investment than feeding livestock, as the weight gain is greater with less feed for the ostriches.

In detail you will learn: 

How To Get Started In Raising Ostrich
The Different Breeds of Ostrich
The Behavior of Ostrich
Ostrich Farming Options
The Live Weights of Adult Birds
How to Proper Select a Breed of Ostrich
Proper Ostrich Houses
Ostrich House Plans
Health Inside the Ostrich Coop
Guidelines to Ostrich Feeding
Raising Ostrich For Meat
Raising Ostrich For Eggs
How to Get the Eggs
How to Hatch the Chicks
How to Grow and Feed the Chicks
Care of the Growing Chicks
When to Slaughter Your Ostrich
The Right Supplements For Optimum Health
Ostrich Diseases: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
How To Sell Your Slaughter Birds And Produce

 

And you will get a complete resource that guides you to where you can order your various game birds and equipment at low prices!

 

It's All About Profitable Game Birds

I'm sure the reason why you came to this website and are still reading is because you also want to raise profitable game birds, well look no further cause this ebook only guides you on raising profitable game birds.

The game birds you will raise using the guidelines in this ebook will be profitable to you and will get some good returns in investment not forgetting passive income for years to come, which will pass on to your kids and grand-kids. And it can begin now by you talking this first step and getting your copy of "How To Raise Game Birds".

You will save a lot of money from buying farm produce such as meat, eggs and feathers when you own game birds farm. Game bird farming is a great way to feeding your family with fresh un-processed meat because you can raise your own game birds for production. And since these game birds are yours you can feed them with only healthy feed to make sure they produce quality products.

Game Birds can be raised in two ways, the commercial way or organic (traditional) way. Since a lot of people are now turning to eating organic foods most farmers are now raising their game birds the organic way. Organic meat is healthier than commercially produced meat which is why people like it. It also tastes a lot better. This ebook also covers how to raise your game birds the organic way. It's all about game birds farming.

 

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"You Helped Me Save A Lot"

Hello Sir,

I would like to let you know that your ebook has helped me save a lot in buying books on raising various types of game birds.

When I started raising Quail I went to a local farming seminar which cost me over $300 to attend and at the end of the seminar I had to buy a quail handbook which cost $76.

Later last month I decided to start raising pigeons as well but just wasn't prepared to spend money again on seminars, I knew that there must be cheaper training.

When searching online for a guide to raising pigeons I came across your ebook. And since it teaches how to raise various game birds including pigeons at a fraction of the cost of the seminar I attended in only raising quail, I didn't think twice but to get a copy.

I must say that your ebook does over deliver, it has all in the information they taught us in that raising pigeons seminar. Amazing!

I'm so excited now because I got all the guidelines and reference to raise quail, ostrich, emu and partridges just from your ebook. I don't have to spend money in attending seminars or buying individual books.

Thank You!

Carlos de Vail


 

"My Only Game Birds Reference"

Hi Gerard,

When I received the email from you asking me of my feedback I just had to reply you and let you know that your ebook has become my only reference.

I don't think I'll ever need another book in taking care of game birds because your ONE ebook has all the information and guidelines in raising different types of game birds.

Each time I run into difficulty with my birds or want to be double clear if what I'm doing is right, I find guidance to the problem in this ebook. Raising, care, shelter, diseases and treatment is all included. All in one reference!

Accept my thanks!

Alex Torris


 

"A Good Game Birds Foundation"

All I can say to a person who is still thinking of getting this game birds ebook that I highly recommend you do.

I'm an advanced game birds farmer with years of experience and I learned to be a successful farmer the hard way. I had lots of birds dying at a young age and through diseases that I never knew anything about. And that has cost me a lot. There's a time I sort of regretted being a farmer because I felt it was such a hustle and the return in investment was minimal. 

I came across your ebook when looking for treatment for one my pheasants that persistently failed to breed and bear young. It was now 2 years and I knew that I had to find a solution.

Reading that your ebook gives guidelines on raising pheasants as well I just had to get a copy. After reading a few chapters, how I wished I had gotten it earlier. All the problems I faced in my novice years are covered. I even found the solution of how to treat my pheasants not bearing young in your ebook. Its suitable for a beginner and advanced farmer.

I've always had second thoughts in raising turkeys and emus because of the bad experience I got from raising partridges. But now its not the same, I'm starting with ostrich, then turkeys later next year using your ebook as reference.

Thanks!

Mr S. Saol



You can't blame me for strongly believing in my Game Birds ebook. I get a lot of feedback from Game Birds farmers thanking me and giving me insights on how their game bird farm is growing. I'm now waiting for yours.

You see, beginner game bird farmers face a lot of difficulties when raising game birds. Game birds is not that difficult to raise if you know how to. The reason why some beginner farmers fail in raising these birds is because they don't have enough research on how to raise healthy game birds.

 

Many People Don't Know Where To Start!

Don't be one of those people who spend a fortune in getting guidance. This ebook will not only save you time on doing the research needed, but also in your pocketbook.

This guide won't leave you hanging not knowing what to do next. Its a step by step game bird farming plan that spells out your next step in plain English, you won't need to look for other information or join any other expensive game birds training course once you have this guide in your disposal.

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Game Birds usually need nutritious food regularly to be healthy, happy and contended.

A diet that is high in energy, low in fiber and supplemented with ample of protein is considered ideal and wholesome to ensure the upward and steady growth your birds.

Game Birds can not be called birds unless they love to eat. Their feeding habits are characterized with rooting and pleading for more food and eating food with a great gusto and relish.

However, in spite of your birds being constantly obsessed with the idea of eating food, it does not mean you submit to its obsession.

There is a specific and regulated pattern of feeding and eating habits for your birds and before you give your birds that extra morsel of food, ponder again!

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 Game Birds Natural Diet

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 Game Birds Feeding Chart

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When just beginning in raising game birds the first thing you have to prepare is land and housing.

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Game birds house can be designed using wire, fencing hardware and hay. And house should be well ventilated as well and be kept clean.

Believe it or not but some game birds are clean birds and don't like to defecate their own pens but that doesn't mean you can't help them out.

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 Game Birds Housing Types (with measurements)

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The cost of living these days is very high and people are looking for ways to save some money at the same time are looking for ways to make some extra income.

Raising your very own Game Birds is a great way to provide your family with fresh quality products like meat and eggs. On the other hand game bird farming is a great way to make some money since you can sell the produce for some good profits.

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"I Just Moved To The Country Side"

Hi Gerard!

I'm so glad I got a copy of your ebook. I just moved to the country side and have had a big interest in game birds ever since I was a town person.

I've always admired nature and birds that I promised myself that once I move to the country side I will raise game birds.

I knew that there is lots of work required to be a game bird farmer, but your ebook has made it look so simple. I mean everything is there about raising the various game birds.

It goes into detail about the forms of game birds, feeding, care and diseases that effect the various game birds. Not forgetting how to treat those diseases as well. What more would a town person like me want.

There are some ready amazing facts as well with these birds, especially when raising pheasants. As soon as I settle down I'll start raising a few birds, maybe first start with ostrich and pigeons because they seem a little easily to raise. Then with time I will add other birds like some emus and turkeys.

And with your ebook as my reference I'm sure prepared and looking forward to it. Will let you know of my proceedings.

Thank You!

Mr. Jerry Lornda


 

Nothing, Absolutely Nothing, Is Left Out!

When it comes to raising game birds, it is very important that you know what you are doing so to avoid failures. You have to know how to feed and give proper shelter for your birds. You will have to know how to early notice and treat different types of health matters and diseases that will be of harm to your birds.

And when it come to game birds this is the only guide that covers every aspect of raising healthy birds. It's a complete guide to being a successful game bird farmer. So if you want to raise any type of game birds listed in this site, make sure you have this ebook for guidance and reference. There's no better time to get into this market as a game bird farmer than now.

 

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P.S. When you get your eyes on this guide you’ll be amazed at how simple and easy it is to learn how to care for game birds. The information in this ebook will get you started in game bird farming effortlessly. But just like other hobbies there is a work required.

P.P.S In almost all corners of the world, game birds provide such produce as meat, eggs, and feathers. These foods contain large measures of minerals such as protein that can benefit people who are consuming these leading reasons for. It builds new tissue and maintains and repairs old tissue in a person's body. Animal produce also supply minerals and minerals that individuals need for better health.

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How To Raise Game Birds - Which will guide me on how to raise various types of profitable game birds in my very own farm. I will discover how to care for them and profit from their produce.

Game Birds Feeding And Equipment - This is a complete ebook on how to proper feed my various birds and make sure they get enough nutrients to grow healthy and strong.

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Frequently Asked Questions!

Are Game Birds Hard To Raise?

Some game birds are small and sometimes belligerent birds. If you have no prior livestock handling experience, you may underestimate the difficulty in raising these domestic animals, but once you get used to game birds, it can be easy.

How Much Does It Cost To Raise Game Birds?

The costs of raising game birds depends on the number of birds you want to raise. But one thing for sure you have to prepare money to build some shelter and buy feed for your birds.

Is Raising Game Birds A Good Investment?

When done right, game bird farming can be very profitable. Like other forms of livestock farming, game bird production involves substantial capital investment and some risks. Raising game birds successfully also requires daily attention.