Farm Science Reporter

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Pheasants Take the Blitz


If two out of every five of their nests are successful, pheasants have had an extremely favorable spring and summer. Only a third to a fourth of the nests customarily hatch. And out of the nests that succeed, ah average of five of the little pheasants die before they reach shooting age.

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