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We ship out a lot of chicks from MacFarlane Pheasants. Our practice depends upon the time of year, and the weather. Read More »


How to Order a Pheasants’ Feed

On November 12, 2014 in General by spope

MacFarlane Pheasants burns through a lot of feed every year. We’ve been working on our ordering system to make it as easy as possible and reduce the possibility of mistakes. Here’s what we’ve found. Read More »


Enter To Win!

On November 10, 2014 in General by spope

Marketing has always been exciting and challenging at MacFarlane Pheasants. We used to do more of our promoting through the use of magazines, our newsletters, and other printed materials. Read More »


Invoicing for Pheasants

On November 7, 2014 in General by spope

MacFarlane Pheasants customers tell us what they want, and it’s our job to listen. When we take an order for pheasants, chicks, or eggs, we talk to our customers and then find out what works for them. When do you want your birds? Read More »


October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and the Wisconsin’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation recently recognized MacFarlane Pheasants. Read More »


From Our Farm to Yours

On October 27, 2014 in General by spope

October has been busy! In fact, when it comes to shipping adult birds, we have had our two busiest weeks of the year. We were sending drivers all over the United States, from a 1,900 mile trip to Condon, Oregon, to an 800 mile trip to Fort Worth, Texas, with many deliveries in between. Read More »


The Electric Pheasant

On October 24, 2014 in General by spope

Times have changed since MacFarlane Pheasants started in the 1920s with some land and a handful of pheasant eggs. As America’s largest pheasant farm, we’ve stepped up our game when it comes to electronics, and more than ever the sales side of the job is handled from behind a computer. Read More »


Last year, Brian Klein and Fairah Ramsey took over the MacFarlane Pheasants French Redleg partridge brooding program. Notoriously finicky, something—or a lot of somethings—had to change about how we had raised the birds, which have always had a higher mortality than our other gamebirds. Read More »


Pheasant meat has long been known for its health benefits, and MacFarlane Pheasants has had a long, healthy business in it. But that doesn’t mean we’re just going to sit around, resting on our laurels. We’re eager to expand our already large pheasant meat business. Read More »


As caretakers of our birds, it is second nature to want to act fast when it comes to sick birds. Our first step to address the issue is through management. Read More »


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