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post #11 of 16

ohh well then i cant be certain about what it is

 

but it sounds like the yellow is a pekin 

 

the other one u gave unclear description 

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A breeder of mallards(grey and black), Call ducks (2015 FINALLY!!!), (I also have a seabright and a bantam cochin)
I do not support the 4-h system
Jesus is the king rejoice!
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post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by barnardflock View Post
 

I need to know if the ducklings I bought from the farm store are really khaki campbell. i dont know much about ducks, as weve been more into the chickens, but after one kid got an egg allergy and we discovered duck eggs, we got some! thanks for any help!:P

 

 

Definitely not Khaki Campbell. I agree with them being Rouen. Khakis are an overall chocolate brown color over their entire body and head, no real defined markings.

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My zoo:

Dogs: 3 Border Collies (Apollo, Ares, and Pixel (my service dog))

Cats: 3 Assorted Cats (Karma, Shiva, and Ozzy),

Ducks: 2 Mallards (Peek and Poke), 1 Welsh Harlequin (Harley Quinn), 1 Khaki Campbell (Mocha), 1 Cayuga (Pepper), and 1 Blue Swedish (Abba).

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Computer Consultant from Colorado. Mother of four, grandmother of seven. Married to my best friend in the whole world. 

 

My zoo:

Dogs: 3 Border Collies (Apollo, Ares, and Pixel (my service dog))

Cats: 3 Assorted Cats (Karma, Shiva, and Ozzy),

Ducks: 2 Mallards (Peek and Poke), 1 Welsh Harlequin (Harley Quinn), 1 Khaki Campbell (Mocha), 1 Cayuga (Pepper), and 1 Blue Swedish (Abba).

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post #13 of 16
Thread Starter 

Thanks,everybody! Helped a lot and I know a little bit more of what to expect. Can anyone tell me at what age they start laying, and how many how often?

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My Hope is built on nothing less, then Jesus' blood and righteousness.

I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly lean on Jesus' name

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post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by barnardflock View Post
 

Thanks,everybody! Helped a lot and I know a little bit more of what to expect. Can anyone tell me at what age they start laying, and how many how often?

 

It depends on the duck, but they should start laying at around 20 weeks, give or take. My two that are laying are mallards, and they lay almost every day. One is like clockwork, the other skips a day every 4-5 days. Looking forward to my other four starting to lay, but we have a while to go. They're 9 weeks this Sunday.

 

If they mature too close to winter, they may not start laying until spring, but again, it depends on the duck.

Computer Consultant from Colorado. Mother of four, grandmother of seven. Married to my best friend in the whole world. 

 

My zoo:

Dogs: 3 Border Collies (Apollo, Ares, and Pixel (my service dog))

Cats: 3 Assorted Cats (Karma, Shiva, and Ozzy),

Ducks: 2 Mallards (Peek and Poke), 1 Welsh Harlequin (Harley Quinn), 1 Khaki Campbell (Mocha), 1 Cayuga (Pepper), and 1 Blue Swedish (Abba).

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Computer Consultant from Colorado. Mother of four, grandmother of seven. Married to my best friend in the whole world. 

 

My zoo:

Dogs: 3 Border Collies (Apollo, Ares, and Pixel (my service dog))

Cats: 3 Assorted Cats (Karma, Shiva, and Ozzy),

Ducks: 2 Mallards (Peek and Poke), 1 Welsh Harlequin (Harley Quinn), 1 Khaki Campbell (Mocha), 1 Cayuga (Pepper), and 1 Blue Swedish (Abba).

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post #15 of 16
Thread Starter 

Just letting y'all know...They are both Drakes! No eggs! So...thankfully, I found a GREAT deal on some runners....$3 each for 2yr olds! Now I get plenty every day

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I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly lean on Jesus' name

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I dare not trust the sweetest frame, but wholly lean on Jesus' name

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post #16 of 16


3 of our khakis
are they all girls?
Edited by Dalqueen - 10/20/15 at 8:43am
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