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Bulk Boneless Pheasant Breast

If you say, “there’s pheasant on the menu,” people automatically think of a perfect pheasant breast,  or half a bird plated with sauce or nicely crisped. Read More »


International Pheasant Chicks

We’ve got a month or two left of our international shipping window for chicks and eggs. Space has to be booked with the airlines three to four weeks in advance to guarantee room and to make airlines aware we are shipping live cargo. Read More »


Best Bedding for Pheasants

On May 13, 2015 in General by spope

Best Bedding for Pheasants

We get asked about bedding for the birds in the brooder barn, as well as for the mature birds, before they go outside. For the brooder barn, where chicks stay for about three weeks, we recommend larger dried pine chips. Read More »


Transitioning Pheasants

On May 7, 2015 in General by spope

Transitioning Pheasants

Spring is truly a time of transition. The snow melts here, everything starts to green up – its rainy one day, clear the next, hot and humid and then chilly. The temperature variations make it particularly challenging to transition the gamebirds from barns to outside pens. Read More »


Transporting Pheasants

On May 6, 2015 in General by spope

Transporting Pheasants

Trucking game birds around the country is a balancing act. To get healthy birds across hundreds and hundreds of miles requires attention to detail, as well as attention to weather and distance. It is a team effort at MacFarlane Pheasant Farm. Read More »


Our Chicks Make It To California!

As you may have already heard, we are hosting an Around the World Tour to see how widespread our pheasant have become. We are happy to publish our latest entry here. Stephen Cardwell has submitted a photo of himself with our chicks brochure in front of the Santa Monica Pier in California. Read More »


Air Flow in Barns

On April 28, 2015 in Barns, Brooder by spope

Air Flow in Barns

Air movement in the barns plays an important role in keeping game birds healthy. When the temperature starts to change in the spring and the fall, we have to adjust so the birds can get acclimated enough to go outside without problems. Being able to do this involves getting the inside temperature equal to the coolest outside temperature the birds will be exposed to. Read More »


Avian Influenza

On April 14, 2015 in General by spope

As much as you plan and clean and put measures in place to prevent avian influenza, you’re still at the mercy of what happens around you and that point hit home at MacFarlane this week. Read More »


BOGO Ringneck hen chicks sale

On March 19, 2015 in Chicks by spope

BOGO Ringneck hen chicks sale

Buy One Get One…Chicks! Read More »


In an effort to see how wide-spread our pheasants have become we are hosting an Around the World Tour. We are happy to publish our first two photo entries here. Both photo submissions have come from different islands in Hawaii. Read More »