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Crested White

AWESOME!

A review on: Crested White
applebutter14

Pros: very sweet, calm, and love atension!

i have 2 white crested, a drake and a hen, they are very sweet and calm, they don't have a HUGE crest in their heads but they have medium sized ones, they love to swim and they are not as messy as other ducks with water. they are one the most docile birds i have.
very pretty, are a little loud
very pretty, are a little loud
very sweet and adorable!
very sweet and adorable!

Call Duck

Pros: calm, docile birds

Cons: some can have a temper

very good breed.
very good breed.

Cayuga

Pros: calm, docile, friendly,enjoyable,tame...could go on and on!

Cons: i cant think of any,

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African

African

“I must say when I first saw these geese in person I instantly fell in love with them they were so beautiful and let me just say intimidating! They weren't even being mean they were just so large and loud! My two goslings (9 months old)are just so protective of me and the rest of the flock they bite everyone and everything! They get an attitude with me sometimes but aren't brave enough yet to...” --poult

67% Positive Reviews
African Harlequin

African Harlequin

“ These birds are lovely. If you train them up well, they'll be your friend for life, and if not, they will refuse to fly or even boink if you clip them. They need quite exact conditions to get them to lay, but put them in a quiet spot with plenty of cover, and you will be rewarded with plenty of eggs, or even chicks. No matter what anyone tells you, they will not die if not kept...” --TehLizardKing

100% Positive Reviews
American

American

“ I had a pair of American Buffs I bought as a sexed pair of day-olds and had them shipped to me. They were very nice as goslings but that quickly changed. They ended up being very noisy and the hatchery had labeled them as calm, quieter, and friendly. I had the exact opposite. I don't ever plan on having this breed again. ” --StevenW.

80% Positive Reviews
American Show Racer

American Show Racer

First bred in the early 1950s from racing homers.

American/Standard  Fantail Pigeon

American/Standard Fantail Pigeon

The fantail was first introduced to North America in the mid 1800's and soon became popular, original development was in Britain, but it was perfected in America, earnig the name “American” Fantail.

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
Barnyard Turkey

Barnyard Turkey

While not an actual breed, mixed breed turkeys have a great variety of color and resistance to disease.

Birmingham Rollers

Birmingham Rollers

“I have had Birmingham Rollers up till recently and have greatly enjoyed my experience with this breed. The birds that I had were very tolerant to myself and would eat off of my hand, and were hardy with Minnesota's weather. The best rollers that I had were the most intelligent and found other ways to sneak into their loft besides the traditional trap door. Some of them were rather flighty but,...” --Lofty Dreams

100% Positive Reviews
Black Swedish

Black Swedish

“i had 2 black Swedish ducks last year, their names were Lydia and Skipper, i raised them with 2 other ducks and they all got along with each other just fine, my Swedish were both females and the only time they were really loud was when i would walk outside and i would say "good morning!" then they would start taking really loud for me to let them out side their coop, i lived in town and they...” --applebutter14

67% Positive Reviews
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