Cayuga ducks are a beautiful example of a native New York heritage breed. With their iridescent colouring and black eggs they're sure to add something unique to your barnyard (or breakfast plate!)
Cayugas are listed on the watch list with the Livestock Conservancy
Breeding/Show stock and eggs available Spring of 2021
Welsh Harlequins are a stunning multipurpose waterfowl. Praised for their excellent laying ability and mothering skills. These hardy birds are making a comeback!
Welsh Harlequins are listed on the watch list with the Livestock Conservancy
Breeding/Show stock and eggs available Fall 2021
The Crevecoeur chicken is listed as critical on the ALBC list, with less than 500 birds in the US, and less than 1000 in the global population.
The Crèvecoeur chicken is one of the oldest of the standard-bred fowls of France. The breed gets its name from Crève-Cœur en Auge, a small town in Normandy, France. The breed’s name translates as “broken heart”.
Solid black in color, Crèvecoeur chickens have crests and beards of moderate size, compact, well-proportioned bodies, and short legs. Their heads are adorned with a distinctive “v” comb. In movement they are quiet and deliberate and have peaceful temperaments.
Breeding/Show stock and eggs available 2021
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