Duck

We source the best duck from small Thai farms. We support local agriculture and local farms. Our duck is tasty and can be used in a variety of recipes. We deliver it fresh to your house, add them to your healthy dinner recipes and enjoy a yummy dinner with our duck.
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Duck Female filet
Free Range Duck Fillet | Barbary Duck | Female
Klong Phai Farm
180 Gr - 200 Gr
฿175.00 / Piece Add to cart
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Duck male Fillet
Free Range Duck Fillet | Barbary Duck | Male
Klong Phai Farm
300 Gr - 320 Gr
฿250.00 / Piece Add to cart
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Klong Phai farm-Duck legs-5
Free Range Duck Legs | Barbary Duck | Female
Klong Phai Farm
280 Gr - 320 Gr (2pcs)
฿210.00 / Piece Add to cart
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Klong Phai farm-Duck Aiguillettes
Free Range Duck Aiguillettes | Barbary Duck
Klong Phai Farm
400 Gr
฿220.00 / Piece Add to cart
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Klong Phai Farm - Smoke Duck 100g - Organic Village
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2 - Duck wings
Free Range Duck Wings | Barbary Duck | 5 Pieces
Klong Phai Farm
100 Gr - 130 Gr x 5pcs
฿150.00 / Piece Add to cart
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Free Range Duck Legs | Barbary Duck | Male
Klong Phai Farm
300 Gr - 320 Gr
฿210.00 / Piece Add to cart
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2 - DuckMale Barbary
Free Range Barbary Duck / Moscovy | Male | 80 Days
Klong Phai Farm
3.5 kg - 3.8 Kg
฿1,067.00 / Piece Add to cart
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Duck Female Barbary
Free Range Barbary Duck / Moscovy | Female | 80 Days
Klong Phai Farm
1.8 kg - 2.3 kg
฿650.00 / Piece Add to cart

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Is Duck Healthier Than Beef?

Beef and duck are both great sources of animal proteins. However, they have different nutritional profiles. Duck has a lower fat and calorie content than beef and is also a good source of vitamins and minerals such as zinc, iron, and vitamin B12.
Beef, on the other hand, contains more protein per serving than duck and is a greater source of iron and zinc when compared to duck. In terms of which is healthier, it is important to note that both duck and beef are a great addition to any well-balanced diet. However, as is usually the case, it is important to consume both in moderation and in combination with other nutrient-dense foods such as whole grains, vegetables, and fruits.

What Is The Difference Between Free Range Duck And Regular Duck?

The main difference between free range duck and regular duck is in the way they are raised and the access they have to outdoor areas. Having said that, the following are the key differences.
1. Access to outdoor areas: While regular ducks are restricted in their movements and confined indoors without outdoor access, free range ducks are allowed access to outdoor areas where they can exercise, forage, and exhibit natural behaviors such as dust bathing.
2. Exercise: Free range ducks are more active and have stronger muscles due to the increased exercises they get from foraging and exploring outdoors. The same cannot be said for regular ducks whose movement is restricted and are commercially fed.
3. Diet: Free-range ducks have a varied diet from natural sources while regular ducks are commercially fed.
4. Taste and texture: Due to their differences in diet, free-range duck meat has a slightly different taste and texture compared to the meat of regular ducks.

What are the benefits of whole organic duck?

Here are some benefits of whole organic duck.
They have high nutritional content: Organic ducks have more nutrients than conventionally raised ducks because they are fed organic foods that do not contain chemicals. Ducks are also released outside to forge other foods such as worms. Organic ducks have a wide range of nutrients such as protein, zinc, iron, phosphorus, selenium, vitamin B12, and niacin which help boost immunity and reduce the risk of some diseases. Organic duck meat is also believed to taste better.
Have No Hormones or Antibiotics: Organic duck meat is considered healthier because Ducks raised organically aren’t given hormones or antibiotics and they are free from harmful pesticides and other chemicals, which can be dangerous for the environment and human health.