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How Can I Become A Distributor of MacFarlane Pheasant Products?

On December 14, 2022 in Distributor, Dressed, Dressed Pheasants, Wholesale by Karina

Prepared macfarlane pheasant whole roasted

MacFarlane Pheasants has been selling wholesale pheasants since 1960. We started processing pheasants weekly in 1988 as the sales and interest in serving pheasants grew. Now, we process fresh pheasants twice a week, and in a typical year, we harvest up to 250,000 pheasants for meat. We ship our products across the United States, Canada, Mexico, and occasionally overseas to Japan. Chances are, if you are eating at a restaurant and order a pheasant entrée, it will be a pheasant from our farm on your plate!

Throughout the year, we get quite a few inquiries asking us how to become a distributor, so we thought we would share the easy way to get started. In order to become a distributor, there are a few steps to follow:

  • Be a wholesale business
  • Fill out a credit application that will allow us to verify your company's financial history and trade references
  • Wait 5-7 business days for us to get back to you

Once the approval process has been completed, you can place your first order. Credit terms are based on your financial history and satisfactory trade reference checks. We offer anything from Net 10 to Net 30 payments. We accept credit cards if you prefer not to go through a reference check, but clearance of all credit card payments is mandatory before shipping.

Lead times vary depending on product availability, but we always try our best to get orders out on a timely basis, and although it has been a challenging year, we are gearing up to be back to full speed for 2023.

If you are interested in becoming a MacFarlane Pheasants' distributor or have questions about the process, please reach out to Karina Haas, Food Products Account Manager.



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