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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 »


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Shayne Noller, our Food Products Director, and Karina Haas, our Food Products Account Manager, went to the Chicago Seafood and Specialty Food Show on August 2, 2022. Read More »

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There is always something fascinating at the North American Gamebird Association conventions. The first ever Hunt Club Conference kicked off on July 18, 2022, and was held at the Deer Creek State Lodge in central Ohio. Read More »


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Protecting flight birds after we place them in outdoor pens is essential. There are several dangers to flight birds as they are moved from the barns to flight pens at six weeks, and being aware of those dangers is how they are protected. If we experience flight bird mortality, it is usually within the first three days of the move-out. Read More »


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When the cost of input goes up, the cost of producing goods increases. MacFarlane Pheasants hatches more than 1.5 million chicks each year and sells more than 400,000 mature pheasants. We also raise White Pheasants for our Food Products Division. With nearly all product prices rising, it is imperative to lock in the input costs for raising birds. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasant’s employees are excited to be using a New Holland tractor on our main farm in Janesville, Wisconsin. Traver Weber, our Maintenance Manager traveled to New Holland, Michigan to drive this beauty and make sure it matched our needs. Brian Davis, our Farm Management Manager, had already researched tractors after meeting with our employees to identify our greatest needs. Read More »


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Keagan Strange, our Hatchery Manager at MacFarlane Pheasants, was among the many outstanding presenters at our13th International Pheasant Management Seminar on March 6th-9th, 2022. The topic he presented was about short incubation periods during egg storage (SPIDES) to increase hatchability. Read More »


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MacFarlane Pheasants raises and sells approximately 500,000 exceptionally beautiful mature pheasants each year. Pheasants are naturally beautiful birds but can also be aggressive toward each other. Before our pheasants are placed in flight pens to grow to maturity, we spend time putting peepers on each and every one of them. Read More »


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