D'Artagnan Rohan Duck Legs image number 0
D'Artagnan Rohan Duck Legs image number 0

D'Artagnan Rohan Duck Legs

Price $18.99
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frozen: 1 Pack of 2 Legs (1lb avg total)
Price $18.99
fresh: 1 Pack of 2 Legs (1lb avg total)
Price $19.99
frozen: 2 Packs of 2 Legs (2lb avg total)
Price $32.99
fresh: 2 Packs of 2 Legs (2lb avg total)
Price $34.99
Frozen products may thaw in transit
NEW! Rohan duck is exclusively available at D’Artagnan, and these duck legs are a chef favorite for braising, roasting and for confit. With a flavor reminiscent of a heritage-breed duck from France, the juicy, tender, rose-colored meat and mild taste make the Rohan™ Duck unique. Raised without antibiotics or hormones in open barns, our proprietary hybrid includes the Heritage Mallard and Pekin duck breeds.
  • D’Artagnan exclusive
  • Unique heritage crossbreed
  • Humanely farm-raised in New York State to D'Artagnan's exacting standards
  • Pure vegetarian diet including corn and soy
  • No antibiotics, no hormones - ever
  • Cage-free
  • Air-chilled; no added water
  • Sold in an uncooked state
  • Each leg weighs 9 ounces on average
  • Product of USA
  • For frozen products, use within 1-2 days after thawing


NOTE: It is normal to find some pin feathers or feather shafts on whole ducks. They are easily removed with needle nose pliers, tweezers, or simply your fingers.

Cooking Methods: Confit, Braise, Stew, Roast, Barbecue, Sous Vide, Reverse Sear

Cooking Tips: Duck legs should be cooked slow and low for best results. Often braised, roasted, or a combination of the two, duck legs can also be cooked confit or sous vide then finished on the grill or in a ripping hot oven. Cooked then shredded duck leg meat makes a wonderful addition to soups, salads, pasta, grain dishes.

The D’Artagnan Rohan™ duck is a proprietary hybrid of several duck breeds including the Heritage Mallard and the Pekin, and is raised exclusively for us on a farm in New York State.

Like our other ducks, the Rohans are raised cage-free, in open barns with plenty of space and sunlight and eat a vegetarian diet of corn, soy and fresh, clean water.

The ducks are hand-processed on the farm in a USDA-inspected plant. A superior air-chilling process means that the ducks do not retain water, which can affect texture, taste and weight.