Three White campbells - Page 4
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Yes very common for females. Silly girls. Oh and forgot if your out there when they are playing at mating look under the one on top at the time you should be able to see the male part of the drake it is long and shaped like a cork screw. Oh the things we talk about on BYC
They love to love in water it's just easier that way.
My girls play at mating too even though I have a drake. It's also a dominant thing with the girls too.
I don't see a drake feather on these 2 .this is what your looking for.
see the curled feather.
Practice makes perfect lol That is how they usually begin. Are white Campbells known for being broody? some breeds have had it bred out of them but still there are a few that will surprise us. So just be patient and if you can't then go buy a incubator But first your going to have to find a drake. lol