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Troy Cisewski, our Production Manager, oversees the three MacFarlane Pheasants’ farms in Missouri. They are all located within a 30-minute driving distance of each other. The primary purpose for having the Missouri farms is biosecurity. Multiple egg sources protect us if a disease occurs and other farms would need to be quarantined. Another safety measure we employ at the Missouri sites is to have designated employees at each location to eliminate cross-traffic contamination. The Missouri sites also free pen space in Janesville for our famous flight birds. Read More »


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Sarah Baker, MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc.’s Mature Pheasant Sales Coordinator, and Chris Theisen, Logistics manager have a system in place for our deliveries with many steps to plan a well-organized delivery. If you contact Sarah at 608-314-3461 she will be able to take your orders. Read More »


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Ring-Necked Pheasants are certainly a beautiful species. They are one of the most popular breeds for stocking a wildlife area or hunting preserve. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants 12th Bi-Annual International Pheasant Management Seminar was held in early March. Read More »


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Keagan Strange, MacFarlane’s Hatchery Manager, typically starts his day arriving at the hatchery between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. Read More »


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Spring on MacFarlane Pheasants’ Wisconsin farm is an exciting time of year. The rising temperatures make our work so much more pleasant. Read More »


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Spring is here and households all over America are getting their grills fired up! This favorite past time makes every-day meals just a little more exciting! Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. has finished the mature pheasant season successfully. We continue to sell large numbers of pheasant chicks and starter chicks. Read More »


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Online ordering went live in November 2019 so, since our first hatch was March 14, 2020, many customers have already ordered their chicks. Read More »


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