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Muscovy

Five star duck!

A review on: Muscovy
Buck Oakes

Pros: Can fly , have unique personalities, can be individually identified by their markings, protective over young, co-brood, males protect nest

Cons: Will go in the woods to forage, like to fly up on high places, only some have sharp talons for tree scaling

These are my best ducks and are great mothers, very sweet, have beautiful babies
Black, Silver, Splash, and Blue Swedish
Black, Silver, Splash, and Blue Swedish

Blue Swedish

Pros: BLACK EGGS! also good foragers, don't need a lot of food, alert for hawks, funny/entertaining

Cons: their high activity destroys and erodes some things

LOVE THEM!
LOVE THEM!

Indian Runner

Pros: Sweet, snuggly, ADORABLE, very comedic!

Cons: not any that I can think of!

Once and Never Again!
Once and Never Again!

Mallard

Pros: Good looking.

Cons: Destructive as hell in the garden.

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African

African

“I got them as chicks. They are very intimidating to predators. They scared away a raccoon that got into my poultry coop. I have worked with them since they are babies and they are great for holding and catching with me. The major problem is that they hate people that aren't me. They're used to me, and me only. They don't take too kindly to visitors.  ” --marvun22

100% 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

“ My pair of American Buffs are great.  They are characters.  I did not try to imprint them because I wanted them to have a fear of people.  They did not follow me when they were goslings, but now they want me out with them all of the time.  With a large pasture they have all the grass they could want and yet they still want me around.  If we let them out of the pasture...” --flockman

75% 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

They are reffered to as the acrobats of the air for their backward summersaults. Birmingham Rollers origionated in the 1880's in Birmingham, England. Birmingham Rollers come in many colors and do not have a official standered. Birmingham Rollers are fairly popular, the prices cang range from a couple of dolars to hundereds.

Black Turkey

Black Turkey

“We got 12 of these buggers from Cackle in 2012 as poults, and I raised 2 to adulthood. They are now pets as much as my dog! My hen is an EXCELLENT egg layer! In the early spring, she will lay an egg every day, then as the summer comes on, she lays every other day. Right now (its almost October) she's giving me an egg every day and a half to two days. Their eggs are delicious, too! I...” --Haida

100% Positive Reviews
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