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25 Years of the Manchurian Project - Part 1

MacFarlane Pheasant Farm is justifiably proud that it’s been 25 years since we first imported Manchurian pheasant eggs into the United States, and we’re still the only pheasant farm that maintains a pure flock of the feisty birds. Read More »


Keeping Wild Birds off of Game Farms

MacFarlane Pheasants has over 150 acres of netted covered pens. When you are dealing with this much land, you can expect to have a few furry or feathered visitors! Keeping those visitors off of our property is extremely important in the prevention of the spread of diseases and the predation of our birds. Read More »


Uncertainty

On September 22, 2015 in General by spope

Uncertainty

Everyone has a certain amount of uncertainty.  Accidents, medical issues, personal issues all can arise without any warning.The pheasant industry has the same list of unknowns that other agricultural enterprises have.  Read More »


The Brooder Off-Season Transition

On September 14, 2015 in General by spope

The Brooder Off-Season Transition

As our Wisconsin weather changes from summer to fall, we are also in a time of transition at MacFarlane Pheasants. Read More »


MacFarlane Pheasants Trip to China

On September 14, 2015 in General by spope

MacFarlane Pheasants Trip to China

It was a back-to-our roots trip for Ryan George and Brad Lillie of MacFarlane Pheasant Farms when they visited China in May. Read More »


MacFarlane's Fall Festival

On September 4, 2015 in General by spope

MacFarlane's Fall Festival

William Shakespeare asked, “What’s in a name?  That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Read More »


USDA Certification

On September 2, 2015 in General by spope

USDA Certification

MacFarlane Pheasants is proud to announce that all of our pheasant products will now be USDA certified! Read More »


Signs of Sickness or Stress in Birds

MacFarlane Pheasants is proud of our humane treatment of birds and our strict biosecurity practices. It is important to recognize the signs of sickness and stress in our birds. Read More »


In my position at MacFarlanes, some of my duties include loading and crating birds for deliveries.  In order to complete these duties on time, the crew and I must be prepared to start the day. Read More »


Brooder Barn

On August 27, 2015 in Brooder by spope

Brooder Barn

At MacFarlane Farms we believe the best way to have strong healthy birds is to start out with the best brooder barn you can set up. Read More »