Birdsong Farm is located south of Pedee, Oregon (~2 hours south of Portland) specializing in humanely raised, gourmet small livestock breeds including duck and domestic rabbit. We practice rotational grazing methods for healthy animals, soil and wildlife and are focused on feeding ourselves homegrown, nourishing food and filling a niche for those seeking exceptional quality and flavor for meat and eggs.
Check this page regularly to see what products we have available for sale and feel free to stop by the next time you’re traveling through Kings Valley! Not familiar with cooking rabbit or duck? Check out our recipe and resources page for some great ideas and enjoy the following free information sheets: Muscovy Cooking Tips / Rabbit Cooking Tips ! Drop me an email or give us a call to schedule an appointment or place an order: 503-838-0062 BirdsongFarmOR at gmail dot com.
We raise several beautiful colors of Muscovy Ducks mainly for meat, plus a small flock of laying ducks. All of our birds are free range on pasture, supplemented with fermented grains for gourmet meat and delicious/nutritious eggs with bright orange yolks! The meat from our Muscovy ducks is outstanding (our personal favorite meat from our farm) and we raise broiler chickens once or twice a year. Muscovy duck meat is dark red and is lower in fat than the traditional Pekin duck, but still fatty enough to be decadent, tender and delicious. Pan seared duck breasts are about the most delicious dish one can serve: the sirloin of poultry!
Our laying ducks and chickens are fed a corn/soy free feed. Duck eggs are a baker’s delight! More protein than chicken eggs makes for more stable meringues and poofier rises. Plus: they’re delicious and rich! Our duck eggs are about the size of a jumbo chicken egg.
- Duck Eggs: $4/6-pack, $8/dozen
- Chicken Eggs: $4/dozen.
- Whole Muscovy Duck: Frozen: $6.50/lb Fresh: $7.00/lb
- Boneless duck breast: $13.99/lb
- Thighs: $8.99/pound
- Necks/Wings: $2.00/lb
Soup bones: $1.50/lb
- Giblets: $4/lb
Current availability: Frozen: We have all cuts available now! Fresh: Our next duck harvest is August 6 – Reserve yours now!. Fresh duck available by pre-order only. Contact us at BirdsongFarmOR at gmail dot com
Must Read! Check out Hank Shaw’s Duck, Duck, Goose: The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Waterfowl, Both Farmed and Wild for awesome recipes and duck cooking tips:
We raise pedigreed New Zealand rabbits in black, white and broken black. My goals are to breed healthy, show quality rabbits with calm temperaments, great mothering skills and an emphasis on meat production/ rapid growth rate. I’m also focusing on breeding excellent New Zealand rabbits with great color and overall quality and to contribute only the best genetics to other breeders. I have invested time and money on bringing in quality animals from the best local breeders and am happy to be a part of improving this great breed! We offer live animals for sale as breeding stock (or for the home butcher) with or without pedigrees. I will only sell my best animals as breeding stock, so availability is limited and seasonal. Not every animal makes the cut to be sold as breeding stock, so we are also happy to offer delicious meat for sale to feed our community.
Human Grade Meat Pet food
- Whole fryer rabbit: $6.50/lb * Whole rabbit, skin on, guts in: $2.50/pound
- Whole roaster rabbit: $5/lb * Pinkies/fuzzies (limited availability) $.75/each
- Thighs: $7.99/lb * Heads and feet (chicken, duck, rabbit): $2.00/pound
- Loins: $6.50/lb * Assorted organs (rabbit, chicken, duck) $4.00/pound
- “Wings” (front legs): $5/lb * Meaty bones (great for stock!): $1.50/lb
- Bellies: $8.99/lb
Meaty bones (great for stock!): $1.50/lb
- Giblets: $4/lb
- Whole fryers, live for the home butcher: $12 each
Delivery available to Dallas/Monmouth/Corvallis for $5 extra, delivery to areas as far as Portland $10 extra with $50 minimum order, free delivery to Philomath weekdays. Long term customers welcome/encouraged! Contact me to find out about current availability and/or place a reservation for fresh meat.
Meat is available frozen, fresh available by pre-order. * Our (human grade) meat is processed at a USDA exempt processing facility and we are licensed retail meat sellers (License # AG-L1036241PPM). Prices subject to change without notice.
In stock: Frozen fryers available, average 2.5-3.5 lb. Rabbit by the cut available. Live fryers, pet and show quality rabbits are all in the barn.
Our breeding stock of New Zealand rabbits:
- Note – i really need to take new photos of all my animals. This page has not been updated well.
Birdsong’s Bramble(RLZ) – Legs of Grand Champion: 3, including Best of Breed, Best Opposite of Breed and Best of Variety. Bramble has great growth rate, dense coat and solid conformation with a gorgeous, huge head. I look forward to developing my black line with this meaty boy.
CFR Spotty Scotty (CFR 132). Legs of Grand Champion: 5. Registered Grand Champion rabbit. Handsome broken black buck with depth to spare! He’s here to make Birdsong Farm rabbitry some show stopping kits!
T3NK1: My newest white buck is a bit lazy but has an awesome head, great bone and decent depth when you can convince him to hold a pose. He’s a great compliment to my white does….. if i can get him to breed them!
Mr. Plumeria: Junior REW buck out of Crocus and Roger. Waiting to see how he does on the show table in Canby.
SCF Daisy – REW Doe: A nice little white brood doe with ok confirmation that should pair nicely with my bucks. Daisy makes up for her lack of show type with her excellent mothering skills. She’s a wonderful meat producer and occasionally throws a show quality kit or to. (She is VERY pregnant in this photo – so not much of a pose.)
Birdsong’s Crocus – Legs of Grand Champion: 2 (Best of Variety) Crocus is a powerful young doe out of Dandelion and Lilly (broken black doe). I’m hoping to get her 3rd leg in St. Helens this winter after she has weaned her first litter. Nice, solid doe with a powerful front end and nice depth. Crocus did great at he first show! My fault for letting her get plump she missed out on her third GC leg.
Birdsong’s Junco (BR1) (Best of Variety/FrozenFriends ’16). Really solid doe, slightly hollow in loin. Slower growth rate up front and caught up around 11 weeks. Muscular, great topline, shiny coat. Junco is out of my Bramble and Backyard Basic’s Raven (now deceased). Junco is the showgirl in my black line – really gorgeous and throws slick kits. A bit smaller than Marionberry’s line. *photograph as a junior
Birdsong’s Marionberry (BB1A) Marionberry was a huge kit with an awesome growth rate. Out of Bramble and Blackberry. She’s lacking in depth but makes up for that with personality and mothering instincts. She is an amazing mom and her kits have fantastic growth rate. Marionberry’s dam was my most reliable breeder and it appears she passed her great mothering skills on! *photographed as a shy junior.
Birdsong’s Aster: REW doe out of Dandelion and Daisy. Smaller like Daisy, meaty like Dandelion. Has Daisy’s mothering skills and throws some excellent meat rabbits.
Birdsong’s Boysenberry (SM1A): Junior broken black doe out of Marionberry and Scotty
SCF Black Olive (SPA): A nice BIG boned doe out of Scotty and CFR Persimmons. Her babies are looking great!
Up and Comers:
“Chickadee” out of Scotty and Junco
SP3a out of Scotty and Poppy
SM3A out of Scotty and Marionberry
3 Junior does set aside out of Scotty and Marionberry – 1 for sale $30 each
In the barn:
I retain most kits until 9-10 weeks in order to assess the ‘picks of the litter’ and ensure that I sell only quality stock as breeders/ potential show animals. I try to update this page often, but don’t always. Contact me for current availability.
Please contact me with inquiries on current litters. My website updating skills have been lacking, so email is the best place to get the best/ most current information!
Produce and Seasonal Herbs
We occasionally have surplus goodies growing on the farm. Currently we have:
Fresh Bay leaves: $1/ sprig
Fresh and dried Kaffir Lime leaves: AWESOME in Thai dishes, steamed rice or dried and ground with salt for a to-die-for seasoning salt: .15 per double lobed leaf
No Spray blackberry leaves, flowers and unripe berries: great for feeding to rabbits on hot days to cool them down!
Coming soon: dried herb/spice blends.