about gisi pheasant farms

We have been providing quality Chinese Ringneck Pheasants since 1985.

about gisi pheasant farms

We have been providing quality Chinese Ringneck Pheasants since 1985.

Since Gary first started Gisi Pheasant Farms back in 1985, it has been his goal to raise birds for release that survive on their own and no hunter can tell is a “pen raised” bird. He also wanted to provide the type of customer service that no one else can match! With the way our birds are raised from start to finish, along with the enormous size of his flight pens totaling around 180 acres full of thick cover, Gary’s goal has been accomplished quite well. Our excellent customer service is known throughout the industry and is what sets Gisi Pheasant Farms apart from the competition.

Gisi Pheasant Farms grew quickly from its inception and continues to grow today. The first barn, built in 1995, was designed to house the laying stock for the farm. As the farm grew, so did the number of laying barns. Currently there are five barns – 50’ by 300’ – housing just over 16,000 laying hens – as well as 14 barns built specifically to raise pheasant chicks from day old and four others to hold younger birds until the flight pens are ready. Gisi Pheasant Farms continues to grow with plans to build more pens and runs as well as purchase land in another area of the state to better serve customers.

Since Gary first started Gisi Pheasant Farms back in 1985, it has been his goal to raise birds for release that survive on their own and no hunter can tell is a “pen raised” bird. He also wanted to provide the type of customer service that no one else can match! With the way our birds are raised from start to finish, along with the enormous size of his flight pens totaling around 180 acres full of thick cover, Gary’s goal has been accomplished quite well. Our excellent customer service is known throughout the industry and is what sets Gisi Pheasant Farms apart from the competition.

Gisi Pheasant Farms grew quickly from its inception and continues to grow today. The first barn, built in 1995, was designed to house the laying stock for the farm. As the farm grew, so did the number of laying barns. Currently there are five barns – 50’ by 300’ – housing just over 16,000 laying hens – as well as 14 barns built specifically to raise pheasant chicks from day old and four others to hold younger birds until the flight pens are ready. Gisi Pheasant Farms continues to grow with plans to build more pens and runs as well as purchase land in another area of the state to better serve customers.

Gisi Pheasant Farms employs 7 full-time employees, and as many as 25 part-time and seasonal employees throughout the year.

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