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We Have a Plan for High Ammonia Concentrations In Barns!.jpg

It is a fact that high ammonia concentrations in barns are dangerous to animals and humans. We take the job of protecting our pheasants and our employees seriously at MacFarlane Pheasants, so we follow a consistent process to keep ammonia levels low. Read More »


Minimizing Risk and Working Smarter at MacFarlane Pheasants'.jpg

Lodewyk (Wikus) Davis supervises our work at our MacFarlane Pheasants’ satellite farm in Milton, Wisconsin. He describes his primary job as “taking care of everything to do with the Milton Farm.” Read More »


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May is the busiest time during MacFarlane Pheasants’ chick season. Why, you might ask? Our customers are preparing for the fall season to either release birds into the wild or prepare for the upcoming hunting season. Read More »


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What are Thermal Foggers? They are a jet engines with liquid injectors that use flame and heat to turn a disinfect-ant into vapor form (fog). The mist allows the disinfectant to cover all the nooks and crevices of a barn. Read More »


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Don Janes is a relatively new employee at MacFarlane Pheasants. He started his job as Maintenance Manager in mid-February 2021. Don’s background prepared him for the Maintenance Manager’s role at MacFarlane Pheasants in an unexpected manner. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. has consistently produced the best food products on the market to serve various audiences, from individuals to restaurants and resorts. Read More »


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We have an excellent Safety Committee here at MacFarlane Pheasants. The Safety Committee has essential responsibilities and one of the main function of our committee is the health, safety, and welfare of employees. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc has so many ideas for preparing pheasant that we offer a free cookbook to encourage you to try our products at home. Read More »


The History of MacFarlane Pheasants, Part 3 The Road Not Taken.jpg

MacFarlane Pheasant, Inc. in Janesville, Wisconsin, has been around for a very long time. Our company has grown and flourished since owner Bill MacFarlane’s Uncle Ken MacFarlane started his pheasant farm in Janesville, WI in,1929. Read More »


Roast Pheasant with Panchetta, White Wine, and Rosemary Is Amazing.jpg

The best part of preparing a whole pheasant is how easy it is to roast in your oven. The easy and delicious recipe using pancetta or bacon that is described below is really a beautiful dish. Read More »


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