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Washoe Valley Duck Farm


Eggs ·


(707) 364-9639


Anthony Bordessa


10 acres in Petaluma, 55 miles from the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market.

Farm History

A third-generation farmer in Cotati, Anthony Bordessa knew from a young age that he wanted to carry on the family’s legacy. Though his grandfather’s dairy is no longer in the family, Anthony grew up in the dairy supply store and helped his parents raise pastured chickens. After serendipitiously clicking on an article about duck eggs while searching the internet, Anthony learned for the first time about the tight-knit duck egg advocacy community that celebrates the egg for its lofty yolk, superior nutrient content, and decadent richness. He decided to give duck egg farming a try with a starter flock of 60 ducks. His farm has since grown to a flock of over 4,000 Kakhi Campbell ducks that he raises free-range on organic pastures. 


California Certified Organic Pasture on which their ducks are free range.

Weed Control

Grasses are an integral part of the ducks’ diets. As the ducks forage for food, they simultaneously clear the weeds on the property.


Fun Fact

Anthony acquired his first ducks while a college student at Cal Poly.


1420 Madrone Ave
Cotati, California 94931


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