Brecon Buff Geese

These beautifully elegant birds originate from the Brecon Beacons in Wales and were first recognised as a breed in 1934.  They are a medium weight goose and very hardy and enjoy free ranging on small holdings and farms.  The pure  Brecons have lovely pink bills and feet and are classed as a rare breed in the UK.

  • Hatching eggs available in the Spring (once we are satisfied fertility is acceptable)
  • Goslings - as hatched available late Spring
  • Geese available late 2018/early 2019

White Geese

These are a popular alternative to turkey at Christmas.

  • Goslings - as hatched available April/May


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Toulouse Geese

The lovely grey geese are ideal for pets or to be brought on for meat.  

  • Goslings - as hatched available April/May

Welsh Harlequin Ducks

The Welsh Harlequin breed was developed in Wales in 1949 by Leslie Bonnett from two mutant light colooured ducklings hatched from pure Khaki Campbells.

These ducks are amazing layers and have great characters and are calm and friendly.

  • Hatching eggs available in the Spring (once we are satisfied fertility is acceptable)
  • Ducklings - please contact us for availability
  • Point of lay - please contact us for availability


Khaki Campbell Ducks

These are the best layers, capable of producing approximately 300 eggs per year. The breed was produced by Mrs Campbell of Uley, Glos

  • Hatching eggs available in the Spring (once we are satisfied fertility is acceptable)
  • Ducklings - please contact us for availability
  • Point of lay - please contact us for availability

Saxony Ducks

The Saxony is a dual-purpose breed, reared both for its eggs and for the table. Ducks lay approximately 80 to 100 white eggs per year.   The male has a stunning oval shaped grey head and the female has a white striped that goes along the eye line.

  • Hatching eggs available in the Spring (once we are satisfied fertility is acceptable)
  • Ducklings - please contact us for availability
  • Point of lay - please contact us for availability

Buff Orpington Ducks

The Orpington duck is a very good layer, capable of 200 or more large white eggs in a year. Being heavier than other top laying breeds, it can also produce a useful table bird.    The Buff Orpington is also an attractive and popular exhibition breed.

Ideal for either the garden or smallholding, Orpington ducks are bright, active birds that rarely fly, are hardy, and generally docile.  They are good foragers and can free-range or be kept in a large pen.  Although they like swimming, they will be happy enough as long as they are provided with splashing water.

  • Hatching eggs available in the Spring (once we are satisfied fertility is acceptable)
  • Ducklings - please contact us for availability
  • Point of lay - please contact us for availability


Muscovey Ducks

The Muscovey Duck is classed as a heavy duck and is also known as the Barbary Duck.  They are a dual purpose breed and the females are excellent for hatching and looking after their ducklings.

  • Hatching eggs available in the Spring (once we are satisfied fertility is acceptable)
  • Ducklings - please contact us for availability
  • Point of lay - please contact us for availability

Aylesbury x Pekin Ducks

These lovely white ducks are ideal as pets or for the plate and are able to put the weight on within a few weeks depending on how they are farmed.

  • Orders being taken for day olds

Call Ducks

The Call Duck is the smallest breed of duck and was originally breed for calling in the wild mallard onto the river.  They are ideal garden ducks and have great characters.

  • Point of lay - please contact us for availability