yes only the ones in the center, ill try and get some better pics, but I only hatched out the black and white eggs this year, the other two layed, but they didnt sit or not for long, the blue abandonded hers when the black ones babies hatched and the brown one never had a clutch, when spring is about to come, im going to seperate all the muscovies and all the domestics together and maybe hatch both, they all go broody so i can just let themm raise them.
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Here are pictures i just took, the little ones are the result of the2 black ones the female and male, then the brown and and then the blue(?) one
just to add, they are all going through molts so there are some new feathers and old feathers
Edited by Big Dreamer - 9/22/11 at 3:25pm
I found these two youngsters being given away today. I rescued an almost all black hen about a month ago and then purchased a black pied drake to go with her so I figured, why not?!!!!
I am excited to see what I get. My drake also had a couple chocolate pied sisters so I am hoping that he carries it.
So far I have only spent about $25 putting my small flock of four Muscovy together.