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Why would a pet owner want to purchase MacFarlane Pheasant’s Pure Pheasant Pet Food? The answer, simply put, is that pheasant is filled with nutritional value! Our pheasant is sourced right here on our farm, and there is no intermediary. You can count on our pheasant to be humanely raised without antibiotics or hormones. The most significant benefit is that pheasant meat is low in fat and high in several minerals, including phosphorus and manganese. These minerals support strong bone growth and healing. You can find out more about our pet products by visiting our Pure Pheasant website. But first, let me tell you how to stay informed and benefit from sales of Pure Pheasant products. Read More »


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We are in the process of making plans to expand our hatchery because the demand for day-old pheasant chicks is very high. Months before we place the eggs in the brooders, we find that MacFarlane Pheasants’ orders have surpassed the eggs we are hatching! So, we are discussing what our hatchery would need to look like so we can increase production and modernize our facility at the same time. Our staff in Mo can raise more breeding hens, allowing us to fill the expanded hatchery with more eggs. We also intend to continue growing our dressed business, so we need space to hatch more white chicks. We hope to complete the expansion during the winter and spring of 2024. Read More »


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Bill MacFarlane MacFarlane Pheasants Inc., Owner MacFarlane Pheasants has some exciting news about our business. We sold the 175 acres that currently contain about 20% of our flight pens. We also have barns, offices, and a maintenance shop on this site that will eventually be at a new location. We bought a new piece of land and are currently in the process of building new flight pens on that property. Read More »


MacFarlane Employees at the North American Gamebird Association Convention

MacFarlane Pheasant, Inc. attendees to NAGA Convention, February 2023: Bill MacFarlane, Owner Sarah Pope, Vice President of Operations Chris Theisen, Vice President of Production Bill and Sarah each hold positions on the NAGA board. Bill is on the Board of Directors, and Sarah is the Second Vice President. Read More »

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Pheasant For Dinner has a new look! We have revised our site and added some delicious new items to our store to make it as easy as possible to enjoy our pheasant and other wild game. Delicious condiments and rice sides are also available to complement the natural flavors of our meats. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. is beginning one of the busiest times of the year. We are delivering mature pheasants and chukars across the United States and Canada, and we need drivers! MacFarlane Pheasants is a thriving wild bird business because many of our customers come back yearly. They know that they will receive healthy birds on their schedules. We are hiring CDL drivers right now who can assist us in fulfilling our promise of delivering our beautiful birds on our customers’ schedules. Read More »


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During the 2022-2023 Mature Bird Season at MacFarlane Pheasants, you can still get on a waiting list if you would like to get pheasants or chukars, but at this time, we are sold out. Our customers are ordering more birds every year, so it is vital to learn about the process for ordering early in the year. Read More »


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Let’s talk about our Research Department at MacFarlane Pheasants. Trudy DeRemer is the Research Manager at MacFarlane Pheasants. She started as the Assistant Brooder Manager in 2004. Trudy has worked in the Hatchery, Farm Management, and as a Flock Supervisor. She is currently the Interim Research Manager. Because of her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Michigan State University and her Certificate in Poultry from UW Madison/Midwest Poultry Consortium Center of Excellence, she was the perfect person to share just what goes on in the Research Department that helps us raise our delicious and nutritious white pheasant. Read More »