A fellow Pasadena blogger commented about using our duck eggs for the first time. It’s really neat to read other’s experience using fresh, homeraised eggs.
Read what she had to say (thanks Jill for the nod!)
A side note about our ducks, since folks are asking. We have Khaki Campbell (or just Campbell) ducks. A breed of domesticated duck kept for its high level of egg production. The breed was developed by Adele Campbell of England at the end of the 19th century.
The egg production of the Campbell breed can exceed even the most efficient of egg laying domestic chickens, with the breed laying an average of 300 eggs a year.