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Fresh Freerange Duck Eggs (Austin)

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  1. TheDan

    TheDan 4th Best Member TGT Supporter

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    Fresh Freerange Duck Eggs [Round Rock]

    I’ve got more eggs than I can eat so I’m selling some: $3 for half dozen, or $5 for a dozen

    Duck eggs taste pretty much the same as chicken eggs, but they have a creamier texture and are higher in protein and vitamins. The laying ducks get most of their food from free ranging for bugs and worms, but I also feed them an all natural high protein livestock feed as well as fermented grains. Good food into the ducks means good eggs for you!


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  2. subseashooter

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    Where you at?


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  3. TheDan

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    oops! Round Rock / Austin

    Updated the title; thanks!
     
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    Dern. Was hoping you'd be closer to Houston.


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  5. TheDan

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    It's cool enough right now that they wouldn't spoil in shipping, but I don't trust the carriers not to break them :laughing:
     
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    Do they lay all year?


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  8. TheDan

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    They lay as long as they aren't molting. Typically that's once in the fall and once in the spring, but domesticated ducks aren't really on a schedule like wild ducks are. I have one duck who hasn't started laying again after her molt. If she doesn't pick it up again soon then she'll be dinner one day.
     
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    OK, I'll bite! I'm in Taylor, would try a dozen. Not much of an egg eater but bet I can give some away.
     
  10. TheDan

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    Someone bought all the eggs I had on hand last night, but they are laying everyday. Let me know if you want some and I can start setting them aside for you and will let you know when your dozen is ready.
     


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