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The Pennsylvania Game Commission sells day-old hen pheasant chicks and surplus eggs in lots of 100 chicks for $60 or 300 eggs for $180. Eggs and chicks must be ordered by March 31. Early requests receive top priority. Applicants who intend to sell, barter or transfer possession of the pheasant chicks/eggs for purposes other than releasing pheasants onto lands where public hunting is permitted are required to have an agency-issued Game Propagator Permit. Both eggs and chicks must be picked up at the supplying Pennsylvania Game Commission game farm. The application to purchase surplus day-old hen pheasant chicks or pheasant eggs can be downloaded in the PDF file found below.
For inquiries into the program or application processing, please contact the Bureau of Wildlife Management (717-787-5529). To apply for a Game Propagator Permit, please contact the Bureau of Wildlife Protection's Special Permits Division at 717-783-8164. For more background information on pheasants please visit "Pheasant History".
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Pennsylvania Game Commission, 2001 Elmerton Ave, Harrisburg Pennsylvania 17110-9797