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What kind of ducks are these?

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Someone local is selling them and she does not know what they are. Is the black and white one a magpie? They all white one in the back is a Pekin I am guessing.... Or are they all just a mix breed. Thanks!

 

post #2 of 4

Looks kinda magpie-ish to me. How old are they?

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My Flock: 5 ducks, 2 drakes - All Saxonies.

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Looks kinda magpie-ish to me. How old are they?


She said 6 weeks. 

post #4 of 4

Likely crosses. Most pekin mixed with darker breeds (swedish, rouens) can feather out with spotting similar to a magpie or ancona. But they are still a crossbreed. It doesn't make them a magpie or ancona just because they may look like one

NPIP CERTIFIED! Al's Quackery is a small waterfowl farm in Southern Maine. I raise ducks, ducklings, geese, goslings and sell hatching eggs.
Ducks: Anconas (Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lavender, Lilac and Silver),  Muscovy (barred in black, blue, chocolate and combo, ripples in dark, chocolate, and blue shades, lavenders, and looneys in blue, black, chocolate and lilac)

Call Ducks: pied / magpie...

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NPIP CERTIFIED! Al's Quackery is a small waterfowl farm in Southern Maine. I raise ducks, ducklings, geese, goslings and sell hatching eggs.
Ducks: Anconas (Black, Blue, Chocolate, Lavender, Lilac and Silver),  Muscovy (barred in black, blue, chocolate and combo, ripples in dark, chocolate, and blue shades, lavenders, and looneys in blue, black, chocolate and lilac)

Call Ducks: pied / magpie...

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