Pheasant Farm & Game Birds History
After raising a few pheasants through a 4H project when he was a child, Jason always kept the interest in the beauty of the pheasant. The desire to raise pheasants and start his own game farm came to fruition in 2006 when Jason and his wife, Linda, started Blue Ribbon Game Farm. Blue Ribbon Game Farm started out as an empty farm field and was literally built from the ground up. The first brooder barn was built in the winter of 2005 (I don’t recommend putting up a barn in the winter!) and within a year, an addition was built on to the original barn. As the barn space expanded, so did the need for additional flight pens and one flight pen soon turned in to three and so on.
In 2011, a new state-of-the-art brooding facility was constructed to allow room for more birds. Our flight pens are designed to give the pheasants the maximum amount of space for flight ability which allows the birds to fly as the normally would in the wild. Long flight pens equal long flights! The flight pens are all planted with grains such as corn and sorghum to maintain as natural a habitat as possible. In 2012, an automated feed system was installed to eliminate as much human contact as possible. In 2013, the farm expanded again with the addition of a chukar brooding house and additional flight pens for the pheasants. Blue Ribbon Game Farm looks forward to continually working to raise quality birds and becoming a leader in the game bird industry. Customer satisfaction is, and always will be, our #1 goal.