Pheasant.com Blog | pheasant | Page 8

Buy chicks online Buy chicks online button

Pheasant.com Blog

Specify Alternate Text

We have a great time planned for our friends and neighbors so we hope you will join us on Saturday, September 14 from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

MacFarlane Pheasants is looking to hire some great drivers to work in our Transporta-tion Division. We have thousands of pheasants to deliver all over the United States and Canada and we need drivers! Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

The summer weather on a large wild bird farm like MacFarlane Pheasants is an important factor in raising beautiful, healthy birds. MacFarlane raises many breeds of birds and the weather affects all of them! Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

MacFarlane Pheasants has always composted used bedding and bird droppings. We create wind-rows that are about 4ft wide by 4ft tall and can be 1500ft long. Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

Ground Pheasant is one of my favorite MacFarlane Pheasant products to use when preparing casserole dishes with summer vegetables. Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

Brooke Berlin will be in her third year of college in the fall. She attended UW-Platteville for two years, but is now part of an articulation program through them and will be transferring, this fall, to Madison Area Technical College in Madison, Wisconsin for two years. Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

Reilly Hoefker interned at MacFarlane Pheasants last summer and has returned for a second internship, following his graduation from South Dakota State University. Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

MacFarlane Pheasants has 18,000 breeder hens in Missouri. Troy Cisewski, our Production Manager, is responsible for overseeing the three sites we have there. Read More »


Specify Alternate Text

The Hungarian partridge is also known as a gray partridge, an English partridge, or simply called a “Hun.” The Hun is a small bird with a short neck and tail and tends to be a little skittish, but quite beautiful. Read More »


Recently I promised our readers that I would share a baked custard recipe made with MacFarlane Pheasant’s pheasant eggs. I decided to use a recipe I learned from my mother many years ago. Read More »