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MacFarlane Pheasants has big news: We’re expecting! That’s right, by the end of July the U.S.’s largest pheasant farm will be the proud parent of two shiny, new outdoor pheasant pens. Our extra space couldn’t come at a better time. Read More »

It has been a wet Wisconsin spring, to say the least. We’re only two-thirds of the way through June and already we’ve received our monthly average of rain in full. Read More »

Here at MacFarlane Pheasants, not only do we produce dressed pheasant for eating, but we also sell various other game meats as well. These include alligator, buffalo, quail, and even elk. You can order all of these game meats in our online store at Today we would like to share one of our favorite elk recipes. Read More »

One hundred thousand birds a week. Think about that. That’s how many baby pheasants we have hatched into the world each week this Spring, MacFarlane Pheasants’ peak chick season. Read More »

Egg Laying Is For The Birds

On June 5, 2014 in General by spope

A pheasant farm looks before it leaps. At MacFarlane Pheasants, our season’s full-grown birds hopefully are sold before they’re even a twinkle in their mother hens’ eyes. Read More »

Pens on our Game Bird Farm

On June 3, 2014 in General by spope

All game bird farms are unique. They all have a certain way of doing things to increase productivity that has worked for them, and our farm is not any different. Read More »

We’re building more pens

On May 29, 2014 in General by spope

Our “main” farm (where our office is located and our maintenance shop, etc) was acquired by my dad from John Lasse in 1953. Right across the highway is another farm, purchased by my dad from John’s brother Alfred Lasse around 1957. Read More »

It’s true the April showers bring May flowers, but at a pheasant farm the size of MacFarlane Pheasants, we’re putting out up to 20,000 juvenile birds every week, and rain is a problem. In the wild, the settling morning dew jumpstarts young birds’ preening instincts, which spreads their natural oil for a waterproof finish. No such luck for barn-raised birds. Read More »

We have grown our catch pen reputation primarily on the sale of live pheasants and partridges to hunt clubs around the nation for release. Read More »

Everybody can use a helping hand once in a while, and at MacFarlane Pheasants, we believe that help should start at home. That’s why we work with Wisconsin-based nonprofit Caravilla in our hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin. Read More »

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