Before MacFarlane Pheasants can monitor our bird deliveries, we make the sales! Many of our customers are repeat customers. Their orders come in early because they don’t want to miss out on getting their birds for the season. Every spring we send out quotes to anyone that has ordered the year before and we typically get a response right away. We also get new orders from people we meet through the North American Game Bird Association (NAGA), our website, and word of mouth. We deliver all over North America, to places like Alberta, Canada, Quebec, Canada, Florida, Washington, Oregon, and as far as California.
The process used for monitoring bird deliveries is typical for a large business. We use Excel, QuickBooks and a chronological schedule to monitor how many birds each customer has ordered. When people take birds, the number is tracked on each of these 3 methods and all the numbers must match. Using more than one method assures accuracy!
We have a delivery form that is given to the process crew so they know how many birds go on each load. The process crew then gives the office the crate numbers that explain how many crates and how many birds are in each crate. Once again, all the numbers must match before the delivery drivers take off. To read more about deliveries you might want to check out previous . It is quite a production and customer service provided by our and is exceptional.
Call us at 608-757-7881 with any questions you have about securing a shipment or learning more about MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc.
How Do We Monitor and Plan for Bird Deliveries?