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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 »


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MacFarlane Pheasants is the place to get edible pheasant eggs. They can be bought in our retail store at MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. located at 2821 South US. Highway 51, Janesville, WI or online from our website. Read More »


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We have lots of issues to think about as we transition from winter to spring. Mowing, tilling, planting, the weather and maintenance have all been on our minds since February! Read More »

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At MacFarlane Pheasants we begin the sexing of male and female pheasants when they are day-old chicks. The process doesn’t stop there, though. Read More »


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This delicious smothered pheasant recipe was sent to MacFarlane Pheasants a while ago but it continues to be a favorite to cooks who prefer a very flavorful pheasant dish served with pasta. There are lots of ingredients in the sauce used to flavor your pheasant, but all are easily found at your local grocery store. Read More »


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It was a great experience for MacFarlane’s General Manager, Sarah Pope, and owner Bill MacFarlane to take part in a WCLO podcast with Jim Raymond on April 13, 2019. Read More »


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We call birds that escape from our outside pens strays. Though we do everything we can to prevent the birds from escaping, it does happen. When it does, it is an all-out emergency! Read More »


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On March 20, 2019, three new high roof cargo vans with gas engines went into service at MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. We bought them because we needed vehicles that were 100% reliable and we had been having some problems with the Sprinters. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants’ employees have a goal to have all your pheasants moved to flight pens by October 31 of each year. The importance of this goal is that the longer birds stay in the barns the greater the risk of picking and tail damage. Buyers want beautiful birds and pheasants flourish in the outdoor flight pens. Read More »