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Send me a PM with your email address and quantity of eggs desired. I will then email you a PayPal invoice. It will have instructions for paying with a debit or credit card, etc.
I have never had an aggressive duck. If you spend time socializing with them as ducklings, they are quite friendly. I have four children of my own and they go in and out of the duck pen all the time.Anconas do not fly (although I have had one who was prone to fly out of her 6 ft tall pen and whose wings I ended up clipping) and stay closer to home compared to other ducks. Mine are currently in a very large run to keep them safe from coyotes.
Ack! I just saw this, sorry! If you are still interested, pm me.
Northeast Kansas and yes.
Thank you! I started off with eggs from Toadbriar. I have since added in genetics from birds I bought local to me (Kansas).
I am messaging you with details.
NPIP certified Ancona duck hatching eggs for sale for $2.50 each plus a flat fee of $12 (for up to 1 dozen eggs) to cover shipping and packing materials. If you want more than 1 dozen eggs, please request a shipping quote. If I have extra eggs, I will include some with your order.   Our 2014 breeding stock consists of chocolate and black drakes and blue, lilac, lavender, chocolate, and black ducks.   Before you order, please read...
In my experience the foot pigmentation is pretty much permanent.
Congrats! I love my Anconas.They do keep a pattern, though it will change as they get older and their feathers grow in. For example, one of my chocolate Anconas was named Chubby checker because she had a very checkered pattern when she hatched. Now as an adult her markings aren't so spotty and she has more chocolate.
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