Eddie and Arlene Jordan of Cape Elizabeth, owners of Marshview Waterfowl, curren
Eddie and Arlene Jordan of Cape Elizabeth, owners of Marshview Waterfowl, currently have 800 ducks and geese of 50 different kinds living in their back yard. The two raise wild waterfowl for parks and zoos throughout the United States and Canada, and have supplied birds to zoos in the Bronx and the East Indies. The birds are bred on the ponds in back of the house, hatched in basement incubators and raised in the barn and outdoor pens. The current crop eats close to 650 pounds of grain a day. Details.
Birds, Marshview Waterfowl -- Cape Elizabeth, Waterfowl, Eddie and Arlene Jordan
"Eddie and Arlene Jordan of Cape Elizabeth, owners of Marshview Waterfowl, curren" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 12825.
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