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Duclair Ducks
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Duclair Ducks


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SexOrder1 to 2930 to 124125 to 299300 to 749750 to 11991200 to 19992000+
Unsexed$10.01$7.11$5.50$4.11$3.75$3.35$3.19
Male$11.20$8.06$6.21$4.62$4.21$3.75$3.56
Female$13.02$9.51$7.30$5.41$4.91$4.37$4.15

The Duclair duck is a strain first developed in France and recreated at Metzer Farms in association with Stone Church Farm in upstate New York. This breed will do well as pasture or free range grown. The Duclairs are used by some of the most discerning chefs because of their rich, elegant flavor. In fact, a Michelin three star restaurant in New York includes the Duclair in their menu.

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Customer Reviews of Duclair Ducks

5.0
December 18, 2020 | LOVE THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!

I love the Duclair ducks. We ordered 2, but the second one died the next day. We named the other one Waddles. She is striving and doing VERY well. She poops a lot, but all birds do. She is the topic of conversation. She does not bite and was adorable when she was little. She still is beautiful. I would highly recomend them. Although they are a lot of work they are fun to have around.


January 11, 2021 | Little fuzzy yellow balls

We ordered 5 girls and 2 boys on 28th of December. All in great shape and thriving! Never thought these little yellow creatures would bring so much joy!!! Thank you Metzer!


January 19, 2021 | Review

These guys are great foragers. They keep up with the Khaki Cambells wonderfully. They’re longer bodied than the Pekin, but not as rotund. Really nice dual purpose birds for the homestead.


March 9, 2021 | Great quality

Ordered 12 ducks, 11 females and 1 male in October 2020. All arrived healthy and have grown to maturity. Beginning to lay eggs now. Will be ordering more this spring.




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