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Keagan Strange, MacFarlane’s Hatchery Manager, typically starts his day arriving at the hatchery between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. Read More »


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Spring on MacFarlane Pheasants’ Wisconsin farm is an exciting time of year. The rising temperatures make our work so much more pleasant. Read More »


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Spring is here and households all over America are getting their grills fired up! This favorite past time makes every-day meals just a little more exciting! Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. has finished the mature pheasant season successfully. We continue to sell large numbers of pheasant chicks and starter chicks. Read More »


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Online ordering went live in November 2019 so, since our first hatch was March 14, 2020, many customers have already ordered their chicks. Read More »


Update – Coronavirus Impacts

On March 19, 2020 in General by spope

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I would like to update you on what we are doing to address the daily changes regarding the Coronavirus situation at MacFarlane Pheasants. Read More »


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Bill and Dori MacFarlane dined at the beautiful Eno Vino Wine Bar and Bistro in downtown Madison, Wisconsin on Valentine’s Day, 2020. Read More »


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Pheasants Forever and Quails Forever plans the National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic each year. Read More »


Naga Convention 2020

On February 19, 2020 in General by spope

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Bill MacFarlane, owner of MacFarlane Pheasants, his wife and Advisory Board Member, Dori MacFarlane, and Sarah Pope, General Manager attended the North American Game Bird Association (NAGA) convention in Memphis, Tennessee February 3-5 2020. Read More »


Peepers Protect Pheasants!

On February 13, 2020 in Mature Birds by spope

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Raising pheasants has some situations where the pheasants need to be protected from themselves. Read More »