Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Wide World of Pheasant Pens

MacFarlane Pheasants has big news: We’re expecting! That’s right, by the end of July the U.S.’s largest pheasant farm will be the proud parent of two shiny, new outdoor pheasant pens. Our extra space couldn’t come at a better time. As you might expect, we’re approaching the meat of our busy season. Fully-grown pheasants in […]

Spring Rains on Pheasant Heads

It has been a wet Wisconsin spring, to say the least. We’re only two-thirds of the way through June and already we’ve received our monthly average of rain in full. When it rains, it pours, like they say. But though the rain can make life difficult, it’s something MacFarlane Pheasants has learned to work around. […]

Game Meats: The Best Elk Recipe

Here at MacFarlane Pheasants, not only do we produce dressed pheasant for eating, but we also sell various other game meats as well. These include alligator, buffalo, quail, and even elk. You can order all of these game meats in our online store at Today we would like to share one of our favorite […]

MacFarlane Pheasants’ Personal Touch

One hundred thousand birds a week. Think about that. That’s how many baby pheasants we have hatched into the world each week this Spring, MacFarlane Pheasants’ peak chick season. It’s a number hard to conceptualize, but try thinking about it like this: every week, we have double the number of  pheasant chicks compared to the number […]

Egg Laying Is For The Birds

A pheasant farm looks before it leaps. At MacFarlane Pheasants, our season’s full-grown birds hopefully are sold before they’re even a twinkle in their mother hens’ eyes. And like, we arrange the meeting—the senior prom, if you will—for a large variety of pheasant bloodlines based on what you the customer wants for your fall […]

Pens on our Game Bird Farm

All game bird farms are unique. They all have a certain way of doing things to increase productivity that has worked for them, and our farm is not any different. We have over 100 acres of pens that are used to provide housing to the partridges and pheasants that are shipped every year. We create […]