This workshop will explore the value of heritage breeds of ducks for farmers and families. Some of the best egg-laying breeds of ducks are rare or endangered, and therefore are unfamiliar to most folks. We will compare various breeds and provide an overview of duck-rearing practices, including information on feed, yards, housing, predator protection, incubation and other topics. Puppets and visual aids will be used to help illustrate various points, and also to entertain while sharing good information.
Ducks and Puppets
Andrew Frank is a farmer and permaculturist with more than 20 years' experience growing food. Frank worked for seven years in concentrated solar power (CSP), and he has many years of experience in the fields of design and education. He currently manages Duck Dance Farm, raising mainly rare and endangered breeds of ducks, along with French Guineas and Chinese Geese.
Visit www.duckdancefarm.com for more information.