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Duck Breeds Include:
The Khaki Campbell is one of the more famous and popular duck breeds due to its excellent egg production. They are a cross between Mallard, Rouen and Runner ducks. Campbells are prolific layers and active foragers. Most Campbells lay their first eggs when 5-7 months old and will average 250-340 eggs of superb texture and flavor per year.
The American Pekin was bred from the Mallard in China. An adult Pekin will lay an average of 200 eggs per year. Pekin duck meat quality and egg laying ability quickly made this breed very popular. Pekins are a gentle friendly breed that makes a great companion animal.
"Everything you do with a chicken egg, you can do with a duck egg."
Comparison of Duck Eggs to Chicken Eggs
Duck eggs have more calories! (A 100 gm of duck egg will provide about 185 KCal of energy, compared to 149 KCal of energy provided by a chicken egg)
Duck eggs are Higher in protein!
Duck eggs have a better mineral content!
Duck eggs have a Higher vitamin content!
Duck eggs have a bit higher cholesterol content.
Duck eggs have a higher fat content that make cakes rise higher and the meringues are more stable and can get more volume.
Duck eggs make baked items fluffier than chicken eggs. Duck eggs are often used with chicken eggs because duck eggs tend to be firmer.
Due to the higher yolk to egg white ratio in duck eggs, they contain more fat which in turn makes baked goods richer.
Our ducks are free range and live with our flock of chickens. The ducks forage just like the chickens and are fed greens from our gardens. Their favorite treat is fresh kale in their water each morning.