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I am looking to take my kids to a hatchery and cant seem to find any in oregon within 2ish hours from portland. Do you know of any?

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Way to many chickens to remember, 7 runner ducks, 2 Turkeys, and 1 huge BO roo.
Enjoying my little farm surrounded by city.
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Originally Posted by moodlymoo 

I am looking to take my kids to a hatchery and cant seem to find any in oregon within 2ish hours from portland. Do you know of any?


I dont think you will find any hatchery in Oregon and if you do , they will not let you in .Most hatcheries follow a very strict biosecurity plan.

But you will find lots of farms full or many diferent animals and plants , some farms or ranchers offer horse ridding tours.

Your kids will have more fun in a farm ....I guess

I just found this one
http://www.fwfarm.com/fwf-chickens.html

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RAISING Runner Ducks and Seramas (got my first pair from Jerry Seramas)
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There are hatcheries in Oregon, but no hatchery gives tours because of bio-security.

I think there is a blueberry farm near Portland that has picnic areas and a petting zoo.  It's a U-pick place and sells blueberry plants. It wouldn't be hard to find with Google.

Also, this week there will be places selling pumpkins with mazes and small petting zoos.

Exhibition quality Blue Swedish Ducks and Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese,   Hatching eggs available in late winter and spring. NPIP

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Exhibition quality Blue Swedish Ducks and Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese,   Hatching eggs available in late winter and spring. NPIP

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Oh, yeah.  Almost all of the fish hatcheries allow visitors and that is usually pretty interesting to kids.  Locations and hours are on-line.

Exhibition quality Blue Swedish Ducks and Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese,   Hatching eggs available in late winter and spring. NPIP

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Exhibition quality Blue Swedish Ducks and Gray Saddleback Pomeranian Geese,   Hatching eggs available in late winter and spring. NPIP

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Does anyone know what happened to Lazy 54 Farm? (used to be called Shanks) in Hubbard, OR?   Their website went down a month or so ago, and their number is now disconnected.  That's kind of a bummer.

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I can NOT find a place around Eugene Oregon that has D'uccles and Cochin bantams that doesn't ship!:barnie

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Please, save a battery hen from suffering by just telling someone you know to buy one, they need help...You have a good life, share it. Please, save a battery hen right now.~

 

RIP Rita the rooster, the ducks friend and a sweet, funny little guy. Killed by my dog Silas. Prayers and PM's are appreciated.

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Your best bet is to find breeders.  I know there are some people up in the valley.  My son has gotten some Cochins from breeders in Oregon.  We don't have any d'Uccles though.

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Your best bet is to find breeders.  I know there are some people up in the valley.  My son has gotten some Cochins from breeders in Oregon.  We don't have any d'Uccles though.


That may work as long as they don't ship and it's close enough.

Please, save a battery hen from suffering by just telling someone you know to buy one, they need help...You have a good life, share it. Please, save a battery hen right now.~

 

RIP Rita the rooster, the ducks friend and a sweet, funny little guy. Killed by my dog Silas. Prayers and PM's are appreciated.

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Please, save a battery hen from suffering by just telling someone you know to buy one, they need help...You have a good life, share it. Please, save a battery hen right now.~

 

RIP Rita the rooster, the ducks friend and a sweet, funny little guy. Killed by my dog Silas. Prayers and PM's are appreciated.

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