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When you walk into your local grocery store, it is common to see the child that is walking quietly next to their parent, hand on the cart, the picture of obedience. Read More »

At MacFarlane Pheasants, we don’t raise the same old pheasants as other farms, and we don’t build all our outdoor pens the same. Our Hungarian partridges have different requirements than our ringneck and Manchurian Cross pheasants, so we cater to them just like we cater to our customers. Read More »

The MacFarlane Difference

On March 19, 2014 in General by spope

You do not get to be the best of anything by chance. It takes hard work, an elaborate amount of passion and expertise, and a team comprised of the best. Here at MacFarlane, this has been our formula for success. Read More »

South Dakota Trip

On March 17, 2014 in General by spope

Last week we visited customers in South Dakota. We visited 19 customers in 4 days. On our trip we crossed the White River south of I-90 on Highway 47. Read More »

Every year MacFarlane Pheasants raises 450,000 pheasants for hunters around the world—and that’s not even counting our French Redleg Partridges, Hungarian partridges, and white pheasants. But a bird’s got to eat! Read More »

With the sheer number of pheasants, pheasant chicks, and partridges that MacFarlane Pheasants raises every year, there are bound to be a few escapees. Read More »

We Are Global!

On March 6, 2014 in General by spope

MacFarlane Pheasants is located in the heart of the Midwest; however, we are by no means contained here. Since forming the farm in 1929, we have grown to be the largest pheasant distributor in North America. Read More »

Yes, MacFarlane Pheasants uses huts to shelter our juvenile pheasants in the early part of the spring when they first go outside. Read More »

Employee Profile: Ryan George

On February 27, 2014 in Employees by spope

Tell me about your family. Are you married? Do you have kids? Any pets? My family consists of Amy and I and our children Kaela 6, Samuel 5 weeks Read More »

After three weeks in the “A” room and four weeks in the “B” room, the former MacFarlane Pheasant chicks are now juveniles and ready to be transferred to outdoor pens. Read More »