First, About Our Ducks
If you’re on Bohol island, Philippines and you’re looking for some ducks, then you’ve come to the right place. We have several dozen Muscovy ducks and several more ducklings. Not a lot since we’re not commercial duck breeders. But this is too much for us. So if you’re interested in buying some ducks to raise or to cook then let’s talk about it!
Second, There’s More
We also have native chickens, goats, tilapia and pigs. Sounds like a lot but we’re not commercial producers. Our backyard farm is small, located in a rural area that is transitioning into urbanization.
In the midst of these changes, our goal is to be as self-sufficient as possible, to minimize dependence on financial capital and to nurture the integrity of the land and all natural resources within it.
We slaughter and cook ducks and chickens for our own consumption and for special occasions like fiesta and birthday. We slaughter fattened pigs twice year for our own consumption, for sharing with neighbours and if there’s surplus, we sell. During such times, we make bacon, ham and sausages, sometimes smoked meats and fish. If we have anything to sell, you’ll find out about it on this website. So bookmark and follow us now! 🙂
And finally …
We’re sharing whatever information we can about backyard farming. Small-scale but it isn’t easy. We’ve had our share of failures, we’ve had fatalities of ducks, chickens and pigs and it’s heartbreaking. We’re learning and that makes it all worth the time and effort. And we’re posting about it here! We hope you enjoy browsing!
Fatima Lasay http://www.duckduckbro.com
Trevor Batten http://www.tebatt.net/
In San Roque, Baclayon, Bohol
4 thoughts on “Welcome to Duckduckbro!”
Hi. Just wanna ask if you have pekin ducks and how much?
Hi Dennis, sorry, we don’t have Pekin Ducks, ours are only Muscovy Ducks. I tried searching online for Pekin Ducks for sale in Bohol but I haven’t found any. I’ll let you know if I find any.
I just encountered your site. I love your pics of animals that seem so happy in their natural environment. I also love what you are doing. We have just started trying to live sustainably. May you continue posting. Metta:)
Thank you so much for the encouraging comment, Joanna. I send you greetings and congratulations on the path to a sustainable way of life.