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Chiltern Duck

• They are a snow white duck.
• They are specially bred for laying, laying 350 eggs approximately per year.
• They lay a slightly off white tinted egg.
• The ducklings are very fast growers and are easy reared.

Embden Goose

• They are a dual purpose bird – egg laying and meat
• They are a tall goose, with a long body
• Their plumage is pure white, with a bright orange bill and flesh coloured legs

Flemish Giant Goose

• They have a large pure white body with orange beak and feet
• They are bred for their delicious meat
• They are one of the largest free range ducks available
• The ducklings are a bright yellow colour
• They grow fast and are very hardy

Guinea Fowl

• Young guineas are called “keets”.
• Guineas hate to be left alone so are better off in pairs or even more.
• They are excellent flyers and can fly almost vertically. A wing can be clipped to stop them flying.
• They are great for removing bugs from the garden and are well known for keeping away rats.
• They are always alert and very watchful and get used to their owners and family. They will start to become very vocal if something unusual is happening so make good watchdogs.

Khaki Campbell Duck

• They are very active with a sturdy and upright posture.
• They are a medium sized brown duck that make a wonderful farm or backyard duck.
• They are extremely hardy and are at home on land as well as water.
• They are known for their prolific egg laying capabilities, laying approximately 300 white eggs per year.

Pekin Duck

• They have a large pure white body with orange beak and feet.
• They are bred for their delicious meat.
• They are one of the largest free range ducks available.
• The ducklings are a bright yellow colour.
• They grow fast and are very hardy.

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