Ducks

Muscovy

The dancing ducks

A review on: Muscovy
Americano Blue

Pros: Quiet, "dance", mine are sweet and make wonderful layer and meat birds

Cons: creepy looking and smelly

I adopted my ducks as adult. I love this duck! They prefer land to water so they don't need a big pool. My ducks dance where ever they go and a very sweet birds. My drake, Elvis likes so walk up behind me and hiss. I love him very much! I have two females and use for eggs and a male I plan to show in 4h. They are very quiet  and females make a weird cooing noise while the males hiss. They...
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We like to call friendly ones "Duck Slippers" when older (constantly tripping over cuddly Females and goofy Males)
We like to call friendly ones "Duck Slippers" when older (constantly tripping...

Silver Appleyard

Pros: Large, good for eating. Substantial Eggs. Hardy.

Cons: Really Loud Females!

Affectionate laying machines!!!
Affectionate laying machines!!!

White Campbell

Pros: Amazing layer, very easily tamed, calm personality and did I mention beautiful.

Cons: Noisy and Males can over breed females.

Beautiful vocal ducks!!!
Beautiful vocal ducks!!!

Call Duck

Pros: Pretty, low maintenance, showy, water lover, economical eaters and so many colours varieties!!!

Cons: Noisy, messy for there size & don't cope well if separated from any members of the flock.

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Ancona

Ancona

“ I've had Anconas for over a year now, after admiring them for awhile before then. I LOVE them. My two hens are fantastic egg-layers. Since they started laying early this spring, they hardly ever miss a day (except for my hen who went broody - she took a few weeks off during incubation, and then about 1-1/2 weeks after they hatched she is back at it!). They are also quite calm and friendly,...” --wordgirl

100% Positive Reviews
Aylesbury

Aylesbury

“ seem like a good breed, if i had the room i would probably raise a batch of them they seem like they would be a good 4h starter show bird...considering i dont see many of this breed in my class ... that breed looks like a reserve champion waiting to happen  ” --cowgirlHH

100% Positive Reviews
Blue Khaki Campbell, Blue coloration of the common khaki campbell.

Blue Khaki Campbell, Blue coloration of the common khaki campbell.

Blue Khaki Campbells are a color variation of the popular Khaki Campbell. They are brown and light blueish gray. They are a very rare coloration.

Blue Swedish

Blue Swedish

“ They are often simply called Swedish. Some will be Blue (Gray) in color, but Blue Swedish is only one of the colors you will find in this breed. Their Blue color is due to heteozygosity and if a Swedish Blue duck and drake breed, the young are the usual 25% / 50% / 25% ratio in: 25%: A homozygous form, black where the blue should be. 50%: As the parents. 25%: The...” --SouthDakotan

93% Positive Reviews
Call Duck

Call Duck

“   I love call ducks!  They are the ideal duck for persons with not much room for bigger ducks.  To those close to neighbors, I suggest a pen of males as the hens are vocal.   These ducks are quick and efficient insect and worm eradicaters.  Provide them with a kiddie pool for hours of amusement.  With one wing clipped, they won't fly off.  They are...” --NajmoNests

100% Positive Reviews
Cayuga

Cayuga

“These are definitely ducks with personality and individuality! I have three and I'm extremely happy with this breed. They are strikingly beautiful and fun-loving, and quite intelligent. They run all over my yard and LOVE snatching up every slug and snail they can find, playing in the sprinkler, and trying new things to nibble on.  Mine are just over a month old at the time of this...” --Ibicella

94% Positive Reviews
Crested White

Crested White

“ I love this breed honestly. They are really friendly with me and the other animals in the yard. They are the center of attention when people come around. I recommend this duck. ” --ChampionAlex

100% Positive Reviews
Dark Campbell

Dark Campbell

Dark Campbells are a color variation of the popular Khaki Campbell. They are a dark, almost chocolate color. Unfortunately, the Dark Campbell coloration did not find favor after the second world war and declined to almost critical levels. Today, there are very few Dark Campbells left. Dark Campbells are usually used for showing. Mr. H.R.S. Humphreys developed the Dark Campbell color for sex...

Dendermonde, and other lost breeds

Dendermonde, and other lost breeds

The Dendermonde is an Archaic landrace from Belgium, and is believed to have sired all the other North European Landraces (Swedish, Shetland, Huttegem, Termonde, Pomeranian, and Danish)