Sunday, May 17, 2020
Where dozens once flourished, Doug Corwin is the last remaining duck farmer on Long Island. "Great grandfather started growing ducks on property family had since 1600s back in 1908," Corwin told CBS2's Jennifer McLogan. For more than a century, Crescent Duck Farm in Aquebogue has been producing a million ducks a year. He used to sell 3,000 ducks per week. Now it's down to 25 boxes. "I hope we can keep it as part of our culinary diversity that we have," he said. "I feel a responsibility for that and hope we can move forward."
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