Pheasant Jerky

Pheasant was imported from China to the United States in 1881. It was first brought to Minnesota in 1916. The ring-necked pheasant is one of Minnesota's most popular upland game birds. It's commonly seen in rural areas near grassy fields and grain crops, such as corn. Pheasants eat insects, weed seeds and grain and can survive extreme weather, from near-drought in summers to winter blizzards.

Pheasant does have a game taste but it is more like chicken - just better tasting with more flavor. While it can be tough to marinade, pheasant sausage made with the right spices and seasonings is a great treat for any mouth.

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