7 Common Reasons


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Diagnosing what’s wrong with baby pheasants can be hard because they typically try to get away from humans.  Getting hold of them isn’t easy.

You’ll know if things are too cold if you see the pheasants piling on top of one another in the middle of their enclosure.

They Are Too Cold

Of course, your baby pheasants will die if they’re too hot as well. If your chicks are too hot, they could die of dehydration.

They Are Too Warm

If your pen is too small, the birds can die of overcrowding and stress. Baby pheasants need enough room to move around without spiking their anxiety.

The Size of the Pen

Exposing baby pheasants at the appropriate age is vital to their long-term health. Do your best and make small adjustments along the way as necessary.

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