Ducks

A minimum of 3 total ducks are needed to ship. Can be as few as 1 duck per breed.
White Pekin

White Pekin

White Pekin

Pekins are the most common domestic duck
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Jumbo Pekin

Jumbo Pekin

Jumbo Pekin

Largest Strain of Pekin
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Khaki Campbell

Khaki Campbell

Khaki Campbell

Popular Duck Breed, used for both meat and egg production.
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Rouen

Rouen

Rouen

Like the Mallard but will not fly
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Mallard

Mallard

Mallard

Mallards are a small, flying duck that is hunted widely.
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Fawn & White Runner

Fawn & White Runner

Fawn & White Runner

Best Foraging Duck
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Blue Runner

Blue Runner

Blue Runner

Best Foraging Duck
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Black Runner

Black Runner

Black Runner

Best Foraging Duck
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Chocolate Runner

Chocolate Runner

Chocolate Runner

Best Foraging Duck
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Assorted Runners

Assorted Runners

Assorted Runners

Best Foraging Duck
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Blue Swedish

Blue Swedish

Blue Swedish

They are a hardy, strong duck with good foraging ability.
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Black Swedish

Black Swedish

Black Swedish

They are a hardy, strong duck with good foraging ability.
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Buff

Buff

Buff

Buff Ducks, also called Buff Orpington Ducks.
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Golden Layer

Golden Layer

Golden Layer

Golden Layer ducks lay more and have larger eggs. They are also calmer than the Khaki Campbell.
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White Layer

White Layer

White Layer

The White Layer has equal egg production to the Golden Layer.
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Cayuga

Cayuga

Cayuga

They are though to have been developed from the wild duck breed near Lake Cayuga in New York.
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Welsh Harlequin

Welsh Harlequin

Welsh Harlequin

Calm, inquisitive and excellent foragers.
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White Crested

White Crested

White Crested

A Good Utility Bird
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Silver Appleyard

Silver Appleyard

Silver Appleyard

One of the most active foragers.
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Saxony

Saxony

Saxony

One of the most active foragers.
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Assorted Ducks

Assorted Ducks

Assorted Ducks

Assortment of Ducks that we have hatch.
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