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Bird Diversity

On November 6, 2013 in General by spope

We at MacFarlane Pheasants offer a variety of birds for a variety of purposes. This helps us stay relevant and in business despite the many twists the economy, and people’s interests, may take. Read More »


Spring menus get a boost from the line of MacFarlane Pheasant products that offer the flavor, consistency, and convenience that foodservice operators demand. Read More »


Employee Profile: Brad Lillie

On November 4, 2013 in Employees by spope

Tell me about your family. Are you married? Do you have kids? Any pets? I’m married to Cathy, have one 7 year old son Kayden, and 2 dogs – shih tzu named Pepper and a yellow lab named Buddy. Read More »


Nutrition

On November 1, 2013 in General by spope

Are you unsure about trying pheasant meat? Or maybe you love it and are curious about its nutrition? No matter what your preference for pheasant, check out the information below for the scoop on how pheasant stacks up in comparison to other meats. Read More »


Transitioning Birds

On October 30, 2013 in General by spope

When raising birds it is important to know what conditions are best at each stage of the chick’s growth. Different birds require different conditions in general and as they grow. Read More »


New Pheasant Pens

On October 28, 2013 in General by spope

We recently redesigned our pheasant pens and here’s some information about the change. Read More »


Employee Profile: Brian Klein

On October 20, 2013 in Employees by spope

Tell me about your family. Are you married? Do you have kids? Any pets? I am married, Claudia and I just celebrated our 15th Anniversary. We have two daughters Emily 11, Ellie 6, and a Black lab – Bailey 13. Read More »


Here at MacFarlane Pheasants we attempt to make our jobs as streamlined, cost effective, and often simple as possible when dealing with our birds. Read More »


Looking for Employees?

On October 2, 2013 in General by spope

Are you having trouble finding employees for your farm? Perhaps you’ve had some recent turnover and need to bring in some new hands? Read More »


The Hungarian partridge is more commonly known as a Grey Partridge. It can grow up to 28-32 cm long and has a brown back, grey flanks and chest, and many have a white belly with a large chestnut colored horseshoe mark. Read More »