Monthly Archives: September 2016

Everyone Cooperating to Help Others (ECHO) features MacFarlane Pheasant

ECHO (Everyone Cooperating to Help Others), in Janesville WI, held a fundraiser on Saturday evening, September 24, 2016, at the Janesville Country Club. MacFarlane Pheasants donated the pheasant for this “Culinary Delight” and Chef Kevin Halpin created pheasant hors d’oeuvres consisting of breaded pheasant pieces, cold pheasant salad bites, and pheasant pizza. The dinner included […]

The Afghan Pheasant is a Special Bird!

The Afghan-Whitewing Pheasant differs from other pheasants on our farm: The eyes of an Afghan Pheasant are distinctly yellow with a black pupil (most pheasants have dark eyes). The coverlids (feathers that cover the shoulders) of the Afghan Pheasant are white. The body color of the Afghan Pheasant is rust colored and they do not […]

French Partridges Continue to Thrive!

We have been raising French Partridges, also known as Red-legged Partridges, for several years now. We import the eggs directly from L’envol de Retz in France and we are the only commercial producer in the United States. These beautiful birds weigh between 19 and 25 ounces and are 13-15 inches in length. They have light […]

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 […]