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Duck Price 

7 month and older $40 each
2 to 3 month old $25 each
1 month old $15
fresh hatch to 2 weeks old $8

Here are some benefits of raising ducks:

Eggs: Ducks are good egg layers and may lay eggs almost every day

Pest control: Ducks have an appetite for bugs and grubs, making them suitable for organic pest control in the garden

Soil aeration: Ducks provide good soil aeration
Free-ranging: Ducks free-range over a wider area than chickens, so they don't destroy the ground

Fertilizer: Ducks provide high-nitrogen fertilizer for the garden

Quieter than chickens: Ducks are quieter than chickens.

Bond with humans: Ducks can bond with humans, following them around and bonding with them more than their own flock

Easy to herd: Ducks are easy to herd.

Easy to add to a flock: It's easy to add new ducks to a flock.

Fun to watch: Ducks are fun to watch

Hardier than chickens: Ducks are hardier and have a longer, more productive life than chickens.

Not prone to attacking: Drakes (male ducks) don't have spurs like roosters, so they won't chase down and draw blood on their keepers or other domesticated animals

Benefits of Ducks meat

Duck meat is a good source of protein, iron, and B vitamins, including niacin and B-12.
The protein in duck meat helps build and repair muscles, skin, and blood. The iron in duck meat helps make healthy blood that gives us energy and helps us grow.
Duck meat also contains selenium, which helps boost the immune system.
Duck meat is leaner and has fewer calories than other poultry. Duck fat is also healthier than beef fat, with less saturated fat and more omega-3 fat.

Duck eggs pros and cons of eating duck EGGS

Duck eggs have a higher nutritional content and richer yolk than chicken eggs. They contain more calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and sodium than chicken eggs.
Duck eggs also contain more antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and 50% more vitamin A than chicken eggs.
Duck eggs may fight bacteria, enhance bone health, and have antioxidant activity.
Studies report that duck eggs help increase high-density lipoprotein (good) cholesterol levels and play a role in preventing heart diseases. Duck eggs are also a great source of protein, vitamin D, choline, and omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for maintaining good overall health and can help to support brain function, bone health, and cardiovascular health.

However, duck eggs may not be safe for everyone, especially if you have diabetes or a family history of heart disease. Some research also suggests that the choline in egg yolks may be another risk factor for heart disease

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