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Ten miles from our Janesville farm and office MacFarlane Pheasants has its second location. While only a fourth of the size of the main farm, Milton provides us with space to grow in the future, along with a number of other benefits. In fact, the only downside is the distance it puts between our employees. Here’s how and why we do it. Read More »


There are plenty of reasons to never turn your back on pheasant care, which is why at MacFarlane Pheasants, we’re constantly making the rounds on our birds. Read More »


While MacFarlane Pheasants may be the largest producer of adult birds and day-old chicks in the U.S., we also conduct a vibrant business in pheasant meat. Read More »


Many farms in the U.S. and Canada are in the business of raising hunting birds for sale to hunt clubs. These hunt clubs preorder their numbers, and this is typically a good guideline for how many birds the farm will be raising that year. Read More »


There once was a time when pheasant farms were small enough to where you could yell across the pen for what needed to be done next. But at MacFarlane Pheasants, we’ve grown so big that our communication has had to change. Read More »


With a farm the size of MacFarlane Pheasants, things are always breaking down. From engines to feed lines to the tires on our fleet of vehicles, when something goes belly up, we’re faced with a decision: to repair or replace. Read More »


MacFarlane Pheasants may be the largest pheasant farm in the United States, but we’re far from just an industrial bird factory. Our founders are hunters themselves, and that individual experience with the sport informs all our decisions with every bird we raise. Read More »


While MacFarlane Pheasants may run like a well-oiled machine, we actually are divided in half. Around half of our pheasants are raised on our Janesville farm, and the other half is raised just down the road at our Milton farm. Read More »


New Irrigator

On August 28, 2014 in General by spope

Here in Janesville, WI we are blessed and cursed with sandy soil. On one hand, the sandy soil is great for pheasants. Read More »


At MacFarlane Pheasants, our approach to pheasant rearing is based on science and refined by experience. Nowhere is that more apparent than the care we take in the brooder barns, where we’ve developed time-tested ratios to ensure that every bird has a place at the feed and water stations. Read More »


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