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Thank you. I keep reading of others laying blue eggs. I would like to get a couple of blue egger Ancona ducks.

They can lay white (most common), green, and grey eggs.

Shoot me a message. I sell green hatching eggs as well as ducklings hatched from green eggs

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)

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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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They can lay white (most common), green, and grey eggs.
Shoot me a message. I sell green hatching eggs as well as ducklings hatched from green eggs
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Made a nesting 'box' for them over the summer and actually found eggs in it a few times (they usually lay in their coop).  Its a pvc plumbing rectangle with a piece of fiberglass bent over top and screwed in the sides of the pvc.

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Made a nesting 'box' for them over the summer and actually found eggs in it a few times (they usually lay in their coop).  Its a pvc plumbing rectangle with a piece of fiberglass bent over top and screwed in the sides of the pvc.

We use an old milk crate with lots of straw and keep it in their duck house. I always leave one egg there to encourage them to lay and they all lay there before I let them out in the morning. It's helpful for clean eggs lol. smile.png
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is there no ancona duck lovers out there???? sad.png
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I have 10 Ancona ducks, one being a miniature Ancona, I love them all
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I have 10 Ancona ducks, one being a miniature Ancona, I love them all

Any pics?

I have minis too!

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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post #2298 of 2307

Hi all!

 

I'm a long time BYC member as I have Bielefelders and Marans.  Recently I've heard of the Ancona duck and I'd LOVE to get three to five of them!  Any one in Central NC have Anconas?  Thanks!

 

Dana

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Hi all!

I'm a long time BYC member as I have Bielefelders and Marans.  Recently I've heard of the Ancona duck and I'd LOVE to get three to five of them!  Any one in Central NC have Anconas?  Thanks!

Dana
@learycow, I don't know of anyone in that area with them. Do you?

I am located in Southern Ohio and I ship hatching eggs and ducklings and juveniles and adults
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Ducks I raise: Snowy calls and Anconas
Chickens I raise: Ohiki, Swedish flower, svart hona, chocolate, mauve, mauve splash, cuckoo, blue, splash and black orps (bantams, ENGLISH), brown/isabel leghorns, and easter eggers. New for 2017 chocolate cuckoo english orpingtons(large fowl) and Buff saddleback pomeranian geese!
And, 1 lonely guinea hen who thinks she's a duck.
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NPIP & AI CLEAN
Ducks I raise: Snowy calls and Anconas
Chickens I raise: Ohiki, Swedish flower, svart hona, chocolate, mauve, mauve splash, cuckoo, blue, splash and black orps (bantams, ENGLISH), brown/isabel leghorns, and easter eggers. New for 2017 chocolate cuckoo english orpingtons(large fowl) and Buff saddleback pomeranian geese!
And, 1 lonely guinea hen who thinks she's a duck.
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Originally Posted by otakalhasas View Post
 

Hi all!

 

I'm a long time BYC member as I have Bielefelders and Marans.  Recently I've heard of the Ancona duck and I'd LOVE to get three to five of them!  Any one in Central NC have Anconas?  Thanks!

 

Dana

Not sure of anyone in that state with quality pure anconas.

As mini does, I also ship eggs, ducklings, juvies and adults.

I have some ducklings ready to ship now if you are interested. Feel free to message me!

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...

Reply

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...

Reply
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