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Grown for Flavor, Not Flight

Most pheasants are raised to be fast and flighty for hunting, so they are not ideal for the dinner table. Ours is different. We carefully select and raise our Heritage White Pheasant to be consistently tender and succulent with a rich, hearty flavor that's never too gamey.

USDA Inspected

While game birds are not required to be processed under USDA inspection, we process all of our game birds in our USDA-approved plant under a strict food safety and HACCP program, including voluntary USDA inspection of every bird. It's the kind of diligence that makes a difference when it comes to quality and taste.

Raising Standards

We raise our Heritage White Pheasants with old-world care and tradition on our small family farms using "never EVER" standards of purity and with animal welfare in mind. Our pheasants are raised free roaming in barns with plenty of space and enjoy an all-vegetable diet with nothing added, ever.

No Antibiotics


No Hormones or Steroids


No Animal By-Products


No Artificial Ingredients


Small Houses on Small Farms

We require smaller poultry houses than are required on industrial and organic farms, and houses per farm are limited to four. This assures the care and attention of being raised by small farmers.

Smaller Flock in Every House

A maximum density requirement ensures birds are allowed more room in the houses than industrial birds.

Access to the Outside

After six weeks of age, birds are given access to the outdoors from 9 a.m. until dusk.

Slow Growing

Birds are grown a minimum of 75 days, much longer than commercial birds.

The Cleanest Conditions

A minimum sanitation period of 21 days between flocks assures houses are free of disease.

Nearby Farms

To make sure birds are handled humanely and not dehydrated, they must travel no more than 64 miles to the processing plant.

Air Chilled

Birds are air chilled, so they are never submerged in chlorine and they are processed by hand.