About our ducks

We raise ducks for eggs, they are called Khaki Campbell.

Mrs. Adele Campbell of Gloucestershire, England, developed this breed late in the 1800s. She crossed her Fawn and White Indian Runner, an exceptional layer, with a Rouen to create offspring that would lay well and have bigger bodies. From this humble foundation, one of the world's most prolific egg laying breed, the Campbell, was developed.

teenage ducks on pasture

The Campbell duck is a medium sized bird. They are very active ducks and on our farm they spend their days foraging around ...

pastured young ducks

Campbells are prolific layers and we do sell certified organic duck eggs. We always have them at the Seaside Farmers Market.

Ducks at the pool

Our ducks are fed a USDA certified organic feed without soy.  Their eggs are incredibly nutricious, 2 to 3 times more than a chicken egg. They are superb in flavor and in texture.

Nutritional Comparaison of eggs   
Nutrients          Duck       Chicken
Water g                 74.57       70.83
Kcal                       185           158
Protein g               12.81        12.14
Lipids g                 13.77        11.15
Calcium mg           64            56
Iron mg                   3.85         2.09
Magnesium mg     16            12
Phosphorus mg     22            180
Potassium mg       222          130
Sodium mg            146          138
Zinc mg                  1.41         1.44
Thiamin mg              0.156      0.087
Roboflavin mg          0.404      0.301
Niacin mg                 0.2           0.62
B6 mg                       0.25         0.12
B12 mg                     5.395       1.547
A IU                           1328         520
"Properties and Food Uses of Ducks Eggs   
Rhodes, Adams, Bennett, Feeney   

The eggs are slightly bigger than a chicken egg, the shell is much harder, the yolk is bigger, denser and creamier, the white is thicker.

Our girls roaming around

Ducks are very sociable and always roam together, they also wander quite far away from their coop. They are coop at night to protect them from predators.

free roaming

Our girls foraging down the fields .....