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    Lavender Turkey
    I have two lavender hens. They are easily my favorite out of the turkeys, constantly harassing me and following me around. They are also the only...
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    Love our blue Swedish. We have two blue Swedish, two black, and two Pekins. Our Swedish are a little skittish, but I think only because we were so...
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    Mine pose no threat to my other waterfowl. I've had a full-grown rescue pair for 4 years with no problems. If raised correctly they can be...
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  • Blue Swedish
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    Best soical duck breed I've had
    I love my swedish. I have a drake named cuddle quack I've taught to walk on a leash and be a therapy duck to kids and people in nursing homes. My...
    • Lordofthegreenpeas

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  • Pekin
    I have two pekins and I just adore them! Last year my male had a weird feather sticking out on his rear thigh. When I looked at it a plug of...
  • Aylesbury
    Hello, if anyone in US has hatching eggs for Aylesbury ducks Id love to buy some. Ive been searching for 4 years to find some. Thank you.
  • Indian Runner
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