After 10 years of breeding, hatching, and raising ringneck pheasants I have decided to close the doors on Sunrise Harvest Pheasant Farm. This is a bittersweet decision that has been carefully thought out and planned. The experience has been an absolutely amazing journey that I will remember for the rest of my life.
I have hatched thousands of pheasants and sold thousands of eggs, chicks, and adult birds all over the US. I had the dream to start this farm but had no idea how well I would do or if I would even succeed taking one of the biggest gambles of my life 10 years ago (which many thought I was crazy). Then having to learn something I knew nothing about to make it one of the biggest achievements of my life.
When I started this farm back in 2010, I did it so I could see ringnecks every day. After a little while I realized other people felt the same way I did. I took it upon myself to capitalize on an opportunity to share the experience with other people.
So why close the doors you may ask??
Was it covid related? Has business slowed down? Do you not like the birds anymore? The answer to all of them is…No.
So why? The simple answer is that I’m ready for another challenge in my life because the challenge of raising pheasants isn’t there anymore. I did it and I was damn good at it!
So, what’s next you may ask? My next challenge and adventure have already begun and that my friend is something I may share another day.
Finally, I would like to thank everyone that has supported me in everything I have done to create Sunrise Harvest Pheasant Farm over the last decade. If it wasn’t for the support from family, friends, enthusiasts, etc this dream would have never been fulfilled and I thank you!
For one last time, thanks again for a great ride
Nick Zabala, Owner and Founder – Sunrise Harvest Pheasant Farm
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