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Hatchery Manager at MacFarlane Pheasants- Keagan Strange

Keagan Strange, a graduate of Kansas State University (KSU) with a degree in Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management, began his duties as Hatchery Manager at MacFarlane Pheasants on January 14, 2019. Read More »


Karina Rangel Interview

On August 17, 2017 in Employees by spope

Karina Rangel Interview

Karina Rangel has been working at MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. since October of 2016. She was hired as a temporary employee, but by January of 2017, she was officially hired as an administrative assistant. We were so pleased to add a talented and bilingual employee to our office staff! Please enjoy our recent blog post explaining how helpful it is to have a bilingual employee on staff.  Read More »


Shayne Noller-Manager of Food Products Building

Shayne has worked for MacFarlane Pheasants for 11 years. He was originally hired as an assistant manager in the flight pen operation, but he quickly moved into the management position and stayed for eight years. After that he worked in the hatchery for a season before becoming the manager of the food products building. He told us that he learned his management skills in college, but that his experience and on the job training provided most of the skills he needs to do his job.  Read More »


Winter in the Brooder Barns Keeps Employees Vigilant

The below 0 degree temperatures and wind chill days, this week, have been busy times in the brooder barns. We pay special attention to our birds when it is so cold, but the real work begins BEFORE the first hard frost. When we start to have cooler nights, we go around the farm turning on baseboard heaters to heat the boot room areas to make sure they are operating properly, before the big freezes! Read More »


On the Road with James Clark!

On September 7, 2016 in Employees by spope

On the Road with James Clark!

James Clark spoke to me about his work for MacFarlane Pheasants while traveling from his home in Las Vegas to Alberta, Canada. He was making this 19-hour road trip to begin a three month assignment setting up and overseeing the provincial distribution of pheasants. Jim Clark is living proof of our dedication to putting our customers’ needs at the forefront of our business! Read More »


Brad Minguey Contributes to MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc.

Brad Minguey has been a supervisor at MacFarlane Pheasants for about 4 years but his experience with pheasants began when he was 12 years old. He describes work on a pheasant farm succinctly. “It’s not easy work but when the season is over you feel like you have really accomplished something. Then you start all over again and try to do better than the year before.” Read More »


What’s It Like Being Assistant Hatchery Manager at MacFarlane Pheasants?

Krystal Price, a graduate of UW-Madison, with a degree in Animal Sciences, poultry emphasis, is the Assistant Hatchery Manager at MacFarlane Pheasants. She is proud to have secured a stable career in her field of study. Read More »


Have You Met This Experienced Pheasant Man?

Assistant Production Manager Richard Thomas is a pheasant man! He has worked at MacFarlane Pheasants for 3 years but has worked in the pheasant industry for 16 years. Read More »