Category: Photo Blogs


August 2019 – Meet some of our Indian runner ducks!


These are some of our Indian runner ducks, who live on our branch farm in Yorkshire. They are quite unusual looking ducks, as they stand upright and run instead of waddling! Runner ducks don’t fly and love to spend their time rummaging around looking for slugs and insects. They are excellent egg layers and lay… Read more »

July 2019 – Our first Grey Partridge release pen is in place


We are very excited that our first grey partridge release pen is now in place! Based on a farm in Norfolk, these lucky partridges will be released into 17 acres of organic, unsprayed meadowland, which backs on to cornfields and woodland. Notice how brilliantly camouflaged they are in their natural habitat – clever Mother Nature!… Read more »

July 2019 – Khaki Campbells Galore!


Here are some of our Khaki Campbell ducks over at our branch farm in Yorkshire. They were originally bred by Adele Campbell in Gloucestershire. She created  the breed by crossing Mallard, Rouen and Runner ducks. This colour was introduced to the public in 1901 – well over 100 years ago! They are known for being fantastic… Read more »

June 2019 – Hanging out with the ‘teenagers’


Some pics of our ‘teenagers’ out and about on our East branch farm in Norfolk. These are a strain of Pekin and although they were yellow when they hatched, they have now completely changed colour. They are still very fluffy and it will be a while until their mature feathers have grown. They spend their days exploring, eating, drinking, swimming, sunbathing, chatting noisily… Read more »

May 2019 – More ducklings…and chicks too!


 These birds are almost ready to leave the cosy stable where they have lived for the last few weeks and venture into the great outdoors – by that we mean the paddock! We’ll take some more pics later in the year so you can see how they’ve grown. The ducklings are Pekins (on the ‘Watchlist’ with the Rare Breed Survival… Read more »

May 2019 – They’re growing up – and fast!


Here are some of our school/nursery/care home ducklings back at the farm. The ducklings in this pen are now a few weeks old and have done a LOT of growing since they first hatched. Ducklings can cope with much cooler temperatures than chicks. They have more fat on their bodies and dense fluff, which helps to… Read more »

May 2019 – Ducks, ducks everywhere!


See how they’ve grown! Here are some of the ducks hatched in schools, nurseries and care homes earlier this year. They have been growing up in the orchards at our branch farm in Yorkshire before they go to live with domestic poultry enthusiasts and smallholders. There are 4 different pure breeds shown in these photos – Pekins, Runners, Magpies and Cayugas. Pekins, Magpies and Cayugas are… Read more »

May 2019 – Private Bookings


As well as working in schools, nurseries and care homes, Incredible Eggs also works in private domestic settings. Here are some photographs sent in from some happy customers, with some kind words from Mum, Gemma: ​“We recently had a duckling hatching kit at home for our 2 preschool children. The experience for them was incredible. They learnt… Read more »

May 2019 – The fabulous ducks of Apple Tree Nursery


Apple Tree Nursery in Essex kept the ducks they hatched last year and created a fully enclosed run for them to live in on site. They also have a large grass enclosure, where they spend time interacting with the nursery children and staff. Here they are a year on, looking gorgeous! The girls are laying well… Read more »

May 2019 – Our first grey partridge eggs arrive!


There was much eggcitement at our London and East branch today, when our first grey partridge eggs arrived! These beautiful little eggs really are tiny – we’ve photographed one next to some coins to give you an idea of scale. They will soon be going out to schools across London and the Eastern region of the country, where they… Read more »