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   PATO LOCO SALES (Crazy Duck) DUCK FARM

                                      Located in Lake Orion, MI

            ** Duck Eggs $5.00 Dozen - Pick Up By Appointment M-F **         

 

* FRESH DUCK EGGS from Free Range, Cage Free, Happy Pets - No Pesticides, Steroids, Hormones or Antibiotics.

* In addition to our Ducks Foraging Naturally & Eating Fresh Vegetables/Fruits, they Eat Only Michigan Natural Grains.

* Eggs are Safely & Correctly Collected, Washed with Eco Friendly Free & Clear Soap, and Refrigerated Daily.

* GREAT FOR PEOPLE WITH CHICKEN EGG ALLERGIES or SENSITIVITIES.


   ** Simply Email Your Order Request & We Will Respond Quickly **    

                      PatoLocoEggs@gmail.com               

 

WE DO NOT PERMIT TOURS OF OUR ADULT DUCKS.  PLEASE REFER TO THE PAGE "Duck Care 101" FOR OUR BIOSECURITY MANAGEMENT RULES.  Thank you!

 

BENEFITS OF FARM FRESH DUCK EGGS:

 

  1. One health benefit with duck eggs is that most people who are allergic to chicken eggs are able to eat duck eggs without allergic reactions.

  2. Duck eggs have twice the nutritional value of a chicken egg and stay fresher longer due to their thicker shell.  Six weeks at maximum when refrigerated.

  3. Duck eggs are richer with more Albumen making cakes and pastries fluffier and richer.  Duck eggs have a larger richer yolk.

  4. Duck Eggs have more Omega 3 fatty acids.

  5. Each Duck Egg contains 9 grams of quality protein. 

  6. Duck Eggs are an Alkaline producing food, one of the few foods that leave your body more alkaline which is a great benefit to cancer patients as cancer cells do not thrive in an alkaline environment.

  7. 6x the Vitamin D, 2x the Vitamin A, and 2x the cholesterol in duck eggs vs chicken eggs. Duck eggs contain about 75% of the Vitamin E in chicken eggs. Duck eggs reportedly also have more Vitamin K2.

  8. Free Range farm duck eggs have clear bright yellow yolks versus caged factory poultry eggs have pale cloudy yolks.

  9. Everything that you do with a chicken egg, you can do with a duck egg. That includes scrambling, boiling, frying, poaching and baking.  As the water content in duck eggs is lesser than chicken eggs, you need to be careful not to overcook them.

  10. "We Believe Happy Ducks Lay The Best Eggs!"

 

 

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DON'T BE ALARMED IF YOU SEE SPOTS ON YOUR EGGS:


BLOOD SPOTS & MEAT SPOTS:

Blood Spots or Meat Spots occur when blood or a bit of tissue is released along with a yolk.  Occasionally, the yolk sac ruptures at some other point, causing blood vessels to break and blood or tissue to appear on the yolk or in the white.  They appear as red, brown, reddish brown, tan, gray or white spots in an egg, usually on or near the yolk.  These spots may look unappetizing but they are harmless.  You can cook the eggs with the spots or simply remove them with a spoon.