All bird sales are by appointment, and subject to our terms and conditions. Sorry no hatching eggs available.
Unique for their upright + alert stance, Indian runners are a fantastic laying breed. Runners don't fly, and love spending time rummaging for slugs and insects. They were almost extinct in Britain in the early 20th century, and was only due to breeders importing birds in the early 1900's that their numbers are no increasing.
We produce mainly whites and fawn + whites, plus plenty of other colours frequently hatch.
Availability - 4 x white females remaining (£12 each), 1 x white male (£5)
British rare heritage breed, which are by far our best layer! Lively birds with brown plumage. The males developing a distinctive dark hood. If you want lots of white duck eggs, these are the ones to go for.
Rare British heritage breed, originally developed in the 1940's from Khaki Campbells. Like Campbells they are great layers. Male and females vary in appearance considerably, with males having dark browns/bronzes, with a dark hood. and females being more of a honey fawn.
Big, friendly, white ducks! Cherry Valley variety ducks, which are what are generally advertised as "Pekins" or "Aylesbury" ducks, but really are a utility strain bred more to be an excellent table bird than to breed standard. They are a good hardy bird. They need to be fed on a high quality duck mix, and take care with their legs. With their heavy size they can be prone to leg issues when growing.
Availability - Sold out for 2019.
Geese - Toulouse
A Heavy french breed originating from the Toulouse region of France. Grey plumage. Some of our stock are exhibition dewlaps, with others being the more standard build.
Extremely limited availability as they dont lay very often.