Ducks

Pekin

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4.1875/5,
Pekins originated in China. They were bred from a Mallard duck. In 1873, they were brought to...

Muscovy

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4.40426/5,
Muscovies are the only domestic "ducks" that are not bred from the mallard. They are a wild South...

Cayuga

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4.40625/5,
Developed in New York, USA from two black ducks a man found in his pond. This is the main idea,...

Indian Runner

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4.6875/5,
Indian Runners originated in the East Indies on the islands of Java, Malaya, Bali and Lombok. ...

Blue Swedish

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4.54167/5,
They were first imported into the USA in the late 1800's. The foundation stock of the blue...

Rouen

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4.78261/5,
Rouen (pronounced roan) named after the town of Rouen where they were developed in Northern...

Khaki Campbell

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4.45833/5,
The Campbell duck was developed near the end of the 1800's by Mrs. Adele Campbell of...

Welsh Harlequin

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4.73913/5,
Welsh Harlequin ducks are a derivative of Khaki Campbell ducks. When Leslie Bonnet of Wales...

Mallard

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3.8125/5,
One of the most familiar of ducks, the Mallard is found throughout North America! Where it does...

Call Duck

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4.53846/5,
Calls originated in either Holland or England as live decoy ducks back in the 1600's. Call ducks...

Orpington (Buff)-319

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4.66667/5,
William Cook of England created the orpington duck. He used Cayuga, Runner and Aylesbury ducks...

Ancona

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4.75/5,
The Ancona duck was developed in the early twentieth century in Great Britain. It was first...

Black Swedish

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3.85714/5,
Developed in the Pomerania area of Europe that was once a part of Sweden, black Swedish ducks are...

Silver Appleyard

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4.71429/5,
The Silver Appleyard was developed in Britain by Reginald Appleyard during the 1930s and the 1940s

Magpie

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4.83333/5,
Believed to be developed in Wales in the early 1900's, their somewhat upright statue suggests...
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