BearRidgeRanchMarket

Duck Rescue -- all proceeds support go our rescues!

Valley Center, California
| 200 Sales | 5 out of 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars

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Announcement    JANUARY UPDATE: The ladies have started laying again. We will be re-stocking the shop at the end of January for shipments. We should also have our Goose eggs available in February!

** All sales support our Duck and Waterfowl Rescue**

Nonprofit tax ID # 87-3124300 to use your purchase as tax deductible charity contribution.
Please see our rescue's website for more information: www.bearridgeranch.com

Certified Organic Goose, Duck and Chicken Eggs for sale. We collect our eggs daily and will ship same day you order when possible. Free Delivery same day for Valley Center and Escondido.

Announcement

Last updated on Jan 22, 2023

JANUARY UPDATE: The ladies have started laying again. We will be re-stocking the shop at the end of January for shipments. We should also have our Goose eggs available in February!

** All sales support our Duck and Waterfowl Rescue**

Nonprofit tax ID # 87-3124300 to use your purchase as tax deductible charity contribution.
Please see our rescue's website for more information: www.bearridgeranch.com

Certified Organic Goose, Duck and Chicken Eggs for sale. We collect our eggs daily and will ship same day you order when possible. Free Delivery same day for Valley Center and Escondido.

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About BearRidgeRanchMarket

Sales 200
On Etsy since 2021

It's More Than Just a Hobby (Farm)!

Our children moved out and we moved to a farm! We've always loved the outdoors, building things ourselves, and raising animals. So why not start a rescue farm?

We bought 8.5 acres just outside of San Diego, California in a little town called Valley Center. The property had a main house and an almost tiny house on it. But it was not a farm. We fell in love immediately with the property with its amazing front porch views, and decided we could turn it into the farm of our dreams.

We've always been that family who takes in every stray imaginable. We're the folks who stop to help a lost dog running in the street, save a bird caught in wire, and try to nurse an injured squirrel. All of our dogs and cats over the years have been rescues. We care about animals, especially about trying to preserve heritage breeds and helping abused, neglected, or unwanted farm animals.

So we started buying chickens and ducks. And quickly our friends started sending us or telling us about rescued and abandoned ducks.

While most people see ducks as messy and noisy (which they absolutely are), we see them as hilariously entertaining and quirky pets. We continue to get more heritage breed ducklings and raise them, in an effort to aid in the genetic conservation and promotion of these endangered breeds. Recently we added a guardian goose (also from a threatened breed) to our flock.

Our dreams are big, but are pocketbook is small! So we sell our wares on Etsy and other places to help fund our rescue efforts.

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  • Loretta Scott

    Owner

    Part-time high school teacher living my dream of bringing home all the animals. We bought the farm! And started with raising heritage breed ducks, chickens, and a goose. Living my dream of rescuing and raising all the ducks.

  • Jason Scott

    Owner

    Scott. Jason Scott. Sadly he doesn't drive an Aston Martin or drink Martini's. He's retired Navy now working on a second career as cybersecurity for Department of Defense. And he's pretty good with tools and animals, too.

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Last updated on Apr 13, 2021

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Last updated on Jun 14, 2022

Frequently asked questions

What do we feed our ducks?

Our flock eats organic non-corn and non-soy layer pellets and we mix our own organic corn and soy-free feed.

We use the following: oat groats, black oil sunflower seeds, hard red wheat berries, soft white wheat berries, triticale berries, rye berries, millet, sesame seeds, flax seeds, kelp granules, and brewer's yeast.

Additionally, the ducks free-range throughout our property. They love to forage for bugs and slugs!

They also have access to their own fresh garden, which has: mild asian greens, chicory, lettuce, kale, mache, peas, small tomatoes, sunberries, ground cherries, and chickweed.

In the summer we also provide fresh fruits daily, such as watermelon, grapes, bananas, and berries. All of these are sourced locally.

How are duck eggs different from chicken eggs?

Duck eggs are about 50% larger than chicken eggs.
The shells are thicker (they may be harder to crack, but have a longer shelf life).
A duck egg’s white is nearly transparent (not slightly yellow).
A duck yolk is much bigger than a chicken yolk.
Many chefs and bakers prefer duck eggs!
Duck eggs are higher in both fat and cholesterol than chicken eggs.
They’re also higher in protein and higher concentration of omega-3 fatty acids. This makes them a favorite of paleo dieters, who seek high-fat foods.
Besides that, duck eggs have a nutritional profile similar to chicken eggs.
You can cook a duck egg same as a chicken egg.
Due to higher fat content and larger size, you may have to alter baking recipes.

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