About Us

Our mission is to make the highest quality 100% waterfowl down comforters and pillows.

We have a great team and all of our amazing, satisfied customers who have supported us through the years. In turn, we also support the preservation of the various waterfowl species and their habitats.

Find out what we have for your comfort, health, and overall good today! 

A Brief History

In 1974, Dick and Trudy Eastman bought the Mallard Goose and Duck Processing Plant where local hunters take their waterfowl to be plucked and prepared for cooking and freezing. Realizing that the feathers could be utilized, we opened the Tulegoose Pillow Company in 1979. Our pillows & comforters only use 100% waterfowl down and all of our products are made in the USA.

Tulegoose Pillow Company was Featured on
Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs!"

Trudy Eastman

Trudy Eastman of The Mallard and Tulegoose Pillow Co. in Tulelake was inducted into the California Waterfowlers Hall of Fame for her waterfowl conservation efforts!

She was the first woman to be afforded this honor.

Tulegoose Pillow Company has been featured in many magazines, newspapers, and TV shows including:

L.A. Times

The L.A. Times published an article on the front page of their Business Section. The AP Press then picked up the story, taking it international.

Dirty Jobs

Tulegoose Pillow Company was featured on the Discover Channel’s television show “Dirty Jobs.” An associated article was later written in the Herald and News.

The Herald News

On Sunday, April 4th, 2010, an article was published on Trudy Eastman on page C6 of the Living Well Section. Described as “A woman with pluck,” they detailed her business life as the first woman ever inducted into the California Waterfowlers Hall of Fame for her waterfowl conservation efforts.

Portland TV

Portland TV featured Tulegoose in a special program called, “Where does Down come from?”

Martha Stewart Living Magazine

Featured in Martha Stewart Living Magazine and voted best down!

California Waterfowl Magazine

Published Trudy’s induction into the California Waterfowl Hall of Fame 2009.