We are proud to announce the addition of four Welsh Harlequin Ducklings to Tyrant Farms!
The Quacker Box is glad to finally have inhabitants. We’re still a few months off from eggs, but we’re thrilled to have new Welsh Harlequin ducklings (a heritage breed) as part of the Tyrant Farms family. We can’t wait to learn and share more information about these wonderful little critters as we grow together.
In the meantime, here are some videos & a photo gallery from earlier this evening- we’re such proud parents!
All photos courtesy of our dear friend and farmhand, John H. Christ
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Organic gardener, plant geek, and heritage breed duck mom. Susan earned a B.A. in Biology from College of Charleston, worked as an ACSM certified personal trainer, and as a research assistant in addiction psychiatry at Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). She puts her strong technical research background to work for Tyrant Farms (on the blog and in the gardens). Foraging, cooking, fermentation, and mixology round out her other interests. In addition to their collaboration on Tyrant Farms, Susan and her husband Aaron are cofounders of GrowJourney.com, a USDA certified organic seed & gardening education company.