Benefits of Eating Muscovy Duck. 4.5 out of 5 stars rating (14 reviews ) This product is currently out of stock. The Muscovy ducks for sale below come from farmers who use traditional methods and allow the ducks to grow to full maturity in open barns, without any hormones or antibiotics. A large, succulent and tender breast with a leaner meat than regular duck, and a taste closer to a red meat. They were among the first ducks that we kept here on our homestead. Muscovy ducks are often a top choice for many first-time duck owners as they are a well-known breed. Muscovy ducks are often a top choice for many first-time duck owners as they are a well-known breed. I raised 8 kept 4 for breeding and processed and ate the rest myself. The Muscovy duck is an unmistakable sight with its bright red caruncles. They are delicious. Especially if they ate someone’s hunted duck or another duck that isn’t a Muscovy. Mar 18, 2012 #2 jdywntr Songster. I had 5 + 1 mule (1 hen 5 drakes ), kept a pair, processed the rest a few months back. THEY WERE AMAZING like smaller geese with less fat.

Some say that the meat tastes a lot like expensive ham. Every homestead could use a few of these wonderful ducks! Others say it is hard to tell from other expensive cuts of meat. This unusual looking duck has been kept for hundreds of years and is a staple, for many indigenous peoples of South America adding eggs and meat to their diet. Yup. Muscovy Ducks are a big quiet meat bird that will lay eggs, hunt bugs and eat weeds. Muscovy breeds are popular because they have stronger-tasting meat – sometimes compared to roasted beef. It is true there are some benefits to having muscovies on the farm (see 10 Real Benefits of Keeping Muscovy Ducks), but I wouldn’t keep these ducks again for meat or eggs. Instead, they’re South American in origin, and, depending on who you talk to, ‘not quite a real duck’. Oct 31, 2009 3,215 202 243 Somerville, AL. If anyone is interested in some meat… I just stick the whole bird in there and process it. Muscovy ducks are the only domesticated duck which is not descended from the mallard. Once I have the meat processed I can do whatever I want with it. … Last updated on August 30th, 2019 at 01:22 am. 10 Years. Then the meat is falling off the bones and I get an amazing chicken/duck stock that I use to cook with. I incubated and hatched some muscovies last year.. Muscovy duck has a unique taste: it is lean, meaty, tender and flavorful. If anyone is interested in some meat.. has got any advice... i would be happy to hear it kind regards will. Our favorite is chicken/duck chili or chicken pot pie. I am now obsessed with them and am trying to start a muscovy meat production. Muscovy has the highest yield of any duck available and 50 percent more breast meat than other ducks. Muscovy ducks are similar to beef in taste while still maintaining the chicken/turkey like texture. Muscovy duck has a unique taste: it is lean, meaty, tender and flavorful. In Oregon, it is legal to process poultry outdoors on the farm where they were raised and then sell them direct to consumers. All About Muscovy Ducks Muscovy are the only domestic ducks that are not derived from Mallard stock. I am now obsessed with them and am trying to start a muscovy meat production. They were among the first ducks that we kept here on our homestead. Muscovy breeds are popular because they have stronger-tasting meat—sometimes compared to roasted beef—than the usual domestic ducks which are descendants of the mallard (Anas platyrhynchos). A 4 lb.

Ducks are much more difficult to pluck and eviscerate than chickens, thus the higher price per pound. The meat is lean when compared to the fatty meat of mallard-derived ducks, its leanness and tenderness being often compared to veal . Muscovy Duck Muscovy duck is a connoisseur's duck offering a thin skin and richly-flavored, dark-red meat. And, being so lean, meat from the Muscovy duck is not greasy as is the case with other ducks. It is true there are some benefits to having muscovies on the farm (see 10 Real Benefits of Keeping Muscovy Ducks ), but I wouldn’t keep these ducks again for meat or eggs.

Muscovy breast meat is 99 percent lean and the skin of our duck has 50% less fat than the Moulard or Pekin varieties! Originating from the Caribbean Mosquito Coast of Nicaragua and Honduras where the native culture values them for their meat, Muscovy aren't really ducks, … Both my duck meat and chicken meat are processed in a pressure cooker for about 40 minutes. So if you have the need for eggs and meat but find yourself needing an incognito source, I suggest the Muscovy duck! September 12, 2018. The Muscovy Duck has been domesticated for centuries, and is widely traded as "Barbary duck". We process all our chickens for sale and home freezer and also do our own ducks.