Pheasant.com Blog | Dressed

Pheasant.com Blog

Clean Water Lines in MacFarlane Pheasants Inc. Barns Are Critical

Water must be treated (cleaned) to prevent bacteria and algae from growing in the water lines. Both these organisms left untreated in the water lines can lead to clogged lines and sickly birds. Read More »


Enjoy Summer Vegetables and Ground Pheasant!

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


Oh So Yummy Pheasant Eggs! “Small Eggs, Big Flavor”

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 »


Spice Up Your Dinner With Smothered Pheasant!

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 »


Honey Baked Pheasant Breasts Are Mouthwatering!

Honey baked pheasant breasts are not just mouthwatering. They are so easy to prepare that you won’t believe how fast you can put a gourmet meal on the table. MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. carries pheasant breasts, Rice River Rice and many more tasty condiments, sides, and pheasant products in their store. Read More »


Smoked Pheasant is a Delicious Treat!

Smoked pheasant is a specialty at MacFarlane Pheasants and can be served for a weeknight dinner, as an hors d’oeuvre or as a special dinner. If you prefer to smoke your own pheasants, the recipe included in this post is a good one. You can enjoy more pheasant recipes by downloading our free cookbook. Read More »


MacFarlane Pheasant Meat Travels Over The Ocean

MacFarlane pheasant is a food product enjoyed by folks as far away as Japan. We have been working with customers there since 2013. We visited buyers in Osaka, Japan at the end of 2018 to solidify future business and are happy to say, we expect to be sending our pheasant there for many years. Read More »


Ground Pheasant Can Be Used To Make Tasty Dinners

MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. raises Ringneck Pheasants, with white feathers, to produce the pheasant food products they sell through their food division. These pheasants have less fat and more breast meat than the typical Ringneck Pheasant. We sell our food products to distributors, restaurants, grocery stores, cruise lines, and individuals. Read More »


Get your Reservations To Enjoy MacFarlane Pheasant On November 14, 2018

Lark Restaurant owners, Richard and Joan Neeno plan a special event once a month. The month-ly event is by reservation only and has a specific menu prepared by Chef Olivia Eckert. Novem-ber 14, 2018, is a celebration of local chicken, duck, and MacFarlane Pheasant, all served as part of a four-course meal! This dinner is $60 per person with wine pairings. Call Lark at 608.563.1801 or email info@larkJanesville.com soon to reserve your seat for this opportunity to experience an evening of outstanding food and service. You won’t be disappointed! Read More »


Celebrating Blackhawk Technical College Culinary Program and Chef Joe Wollinger

Chef Joe, is the title students in the Blackhawk Technical College Culinary Program (BTC) have given to the instructor who prepares them to be line cooks, prep cooks, and executive chefs. Chef Joe Wollinger has been a culinary arts instructor at Blackhawk Tech for 30 years and during those years, in addition to teaching culinary arts skills, he has offered students experiences that are unique to his specific skills and interests. In addition to teaching culinary arts, Chef Joe owns and operates an organic farm and has a special interest in teaching students to prepare organic foods. Many of the foods used in the program come from Chef Joe’s farm. MacFarlane Pheasants, like other farms in the area, also donate fresh foods to the culinary program. Read More »