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Dave Holderread has raised and studies ducks for 50 years. He taught applied poultry science in Puerto Rico before he and his wife Millie established one of the largest genetic stocks of domestic waterfowl in the world on their farm in Oregon. This excerpt about the need to preserve rare breeds is from Storey’s Guide […]Read more »
Duck Tales from Great Village, Nova Scotia By Sarah Paterson. Rouen-Cross Drake becomes a friend. People always ask me, “Ducks? Really? Why ducks?” I think it’s a legitimate question. After all, it’s not like ducks are show cats, or agility dogs. How a city girl (me) moved to the country and began to own ducks […]Read more »
Story and photos by Krislee Johnson As they say, there’s a first time for everything! Over the past month I had been hoping a couple of my birds might become broody. Specifically, I was hoping for a broody chicken but instead a duck made my wish come true. Just Broody? Diller (aka Phyllis Diller) is […]Read more »