MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc has been in the gamebird business since 1929. The 81 years of experience not only helps us in producing and raising the best birds on the market, it allows us to supply our customers with the best service after the sale as well. We take pride in keeping our customers happy and we are always willing to share the ideals and ideas that have made our business a success.
Roger and Dawn Hubmer own and operate a small 5th generation family farm in south central Minnesota, where they raise corn, soybeans, Berkshire Pork and free ranged Omega-3 chickens, all naturally. They implement a variety of sustainable farming practices to help preserve the farm for the next generation. While raising their own pork and chickens, no antibiotics, hormones, animal bi-products or feed grade drugs are used.
Forty one years after we started Oakwood Game Farm, we're still a family-owned business, and we are proud and grateful to be one of the largest game bird propagation facilities in the United States.
Oakwood Game Farm is located on 100 acres of land in Central Minnesota. We maintain a large breeding stock to ensure a plentiful, continuous supply of game birds including Pheasants and Chukar Partridges. You'll enjoy the birds as much as we enjoyed raising them.
The legends of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa (also called Ojibwe or Anishinaabeg) tell of how a great vision guided our ancestors westward through the Great Lakes in search of "the food that grows upon the water." The vision led them to Nett Lake, located in what is now northern Minnesota, where they found Manomin, known today as wild rice, covering the lake for as far as they could see.
We Are A Native American Owned Business Located On The Leech Lake Ojibwe Reservation In Northern Minnesota. Tribal I.D. #408B23246. We were raised on the Leech Lake Ojibwe Reservation in the village of Cass Lake, located in northern Minnesota. We have been harvesting wild rice for over 34 years and are proud to offer traditional hand - harvested wood - parched wild rice and other Ojibwe foods to you.