Category Archives: Shipping Pheasants

Why we Import Pheasant And Bird Eggs

Here at MacFarlane Pheasants we attempt to make our jobs as streamlined, cost effective, and often simple as possible when dealing with our birds. This means treating each kind of bird different and being willing to employ different processes for raising pheasants when necessary. Specifically, some birds are easier to breed than others. Examples of […]

Shipping and Feed

We are shipping birds like crazy and I believe we have produced the best looking birds ever this year. The temperature is getting colder at night which will result in our birds coloring out a little more quickly. In the pic above is a lane full of long tailed cockbirds ready to go. Commodity prices […]

Our Export Business

Our export business has been good over the years. Even 50 years ago my father was exporting pheasants – in 1966 when I was 11 years old we visited a customer of my father’s in Italy (his name was Enzo Berner). We have good success exporting pheasants to Canada – when the Canadian dollar was […]

Getting Ready for Shipping Adult Pheasants

  Last year we were already actively delivering adult pheasants by today’s date.  This year, with the temperatures near 90 degrees, our early season customers are holding off taking their first delivery for a week or two.  Once we get started next week or the week after that, we will be sending at least 3 […]