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    :thumbsupFinding the information interesting but some photos are a bit hard to see and maybe we...
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  • Blue Swedish
    I have raised this breed. The only cons that I am aware of is that being a "blue" they will not breed true. if you breed blue to a blue, you will...
  • Muscovy
    Roosters rape ducks too! We had one Muscovy duck who fell in love with a hen and she with him. They had a long romance.
  • Birmingham Rollers
    I am new to this breed but my husband raised them when he was a child. This is his new passion. We have three pairs and all are sitting on eggs...
  • Muscovy
    I have had one of my males kill a pretty large rat by trampling it to death.
  • Crested White
    Hi I have 3 crested pekin ducks. They are 5 months old. I thought I had 2 females and 1 male. 2 have a loud quack the 3rd doesn't. for a while it...

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