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Deante Calvin is one of the most positive employees at MacFarlane Pheasants. He is friendly and kind to everyone he meets.  We are so happy he is an employee with us, and that he’ll be celebrating his 6 year anniversary in May 2018. Bill MacFarlane says that Deante says hello to everyone and he always smiles.  He graduated from Craig High School in 2012 and came to work at MacFarlane’s right after that. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. organized and hosted the “11th Bi-Annual International Pheasant Management Seminar” March 4th-7th, 2018. Sarah Pope is to be applauded for spearheading the organization of this year’s seminar. The accommodations and food choices were some of the best in our area! All the little details that make a seminar a success were in her capable hands. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. is located at 2821 South US HWY 51 in Janesville, Wisconsin. This is where our main farm is located and where our retail store is located. The store is open Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. We hope you will stop in to see the great foods and gift products we have to offer!  Read More »


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Sarah Baker and Sarah Pope represented MacFarlane Pheasants at the 2018 Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota February 16-February 18, 2018. This trade show, sponsored by Pheasants Forever is held every year and we make sure we are represented at this event. Read More »


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We are always looking for ways to improve our chick ordering procedures at MacFarlane Pheasants. In the past, we used an Excel worksheet to keep track of orders and availability of chicks. Two or three people worked on keeping the worksheet updated.  Read More »


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Management changes took place at the Milton Farm in late summer. Brian Check left the Milton Farm to become the farm manager at the Janesville Farm and Brian’s assistant, Matt Welsh became the Milton farm manager. Changes like this give employees opportunities for continuing growth and development. We think that is a winning combination for job satisfaction and productivity!  Read More »

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Our company Christmas card has been drawn by the same artist year after year. Every year we have a card with a pheasant theme to tickle your funny bone and share our wishes for a Merry Christmas. Ron Lawrence, currently living on a family farm in Crawford County, is the artist who has drawn the MacFarlane Pheasant Farm Christmas card for more years than anyone can remember! He has a long history with the MacFarlane family.  Read More »


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Our job posting for a brooder crew worker lists the basic skills needed to work anywhere on our farm. A crew member needs to be: responsible, dependable, motivated, have organizational skills, common sense, acute attention to detail, have a valid driver’s license, and be able to lift 50 pounds or more. Read More »


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Every year for 20 years, Rick Rollo and his brothers have held a hunting event to “pay it forward” to the doctors, nurses, therapists, and other medical staff who helped to take care of their father, Big Al, as he battled cancer for 10 years. This charity event grew from a small event, with 8 hunters donating about $800-$1000, 20 years ago, to an amazing event with 56 hunters raising $21,100 in 2017! Read More »


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It has been more than a quarter of a century since MacFarlane Pheasants first imported Manchurian pheasant eggs into the United States from China. We imported 1260 eggs and went through a rigorous process to get these eggs back to our farm. When we finally did, we ended up with 400 chicks that were certified by the USDA as 100% healthy. We are still the only pheasant farm in the United States that continues to maintain a pure flock of this bird.  Read More »


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