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  • Breed Colors/Varieties:
    Breed Size:
    Large Fowl
    Used throughout the ages to fool people.
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  • Breed Details:
    Great for people who have a sense of humor, adults weigh 0.15 pounds. They can be found on eBay. Very low maintenance, quiet, non-poopers, no mess, very affectionate.







Recent User Reviews

  1. Lukemjm
    "Looks great, personality is lacking."
    Pros - Always looks perfect.
    Cons - Terrible conversationist.
  2. WannaBeHillBilly
    "The cool ducklings!"
    Pros - no food, no poop, no peep
    Cons - topple over when the big ducks jump into the pool
    The local $-store was selling those cool-ducklings at a bargain last week!
    20181204_161159.jpg I thought they would make great company for my inferior drake »Limpy« who spend most of the time separated from the others in the duck-pool.
    Turned out i was dead wrong: The Duckies were afraid of the new ducklings, maybe they are looking too cool?
    After guarding the peppermint shrubs the »cool-brothers« finally were adopted by the flock and were allowed back into the pool. Now all ducks are playing with them and are glad to have them around.
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    Flufferes and HennyPenny2019 like this.
  3. MillersFarm
    "Amazing Breed! Must Have!"
    Pros - Quiet, Never makes messes, Calm, Very friendly, Predators seem not to take interest
    Cons - They don't lay eggs...
    I Currently have a one year old female fake duck and plan on getting more.
    My only fake duck name Ms. Nome is a indoors duck, When we first got her and tried to introduce her to our pekin and khakis they wouldnt get along. So we moved her indoors and ever since shes become part of our family. Shes very quiet so our dogs dont mind... Never seems to desiccate so we dont have to but diapers on her. She loves to snuggle and be petted. Here she is enjoying a movie on the couch with us!

User Comments

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  1. Henrik Petersson
    It sure fooled me.
  2. AnimalGeek23
    I thought they were actually a duck breed.
    :( Oh well. :lau
  3. LittlePeck
    I saw a flock of these on a lake, but of Mallard coloring. No molting, noise, mess, or swimming pools. Predators, especially foxes, show no interest in them. I put a Peking duck and this breed next to each other at the edge of the woods. Within minutes, the other duck was gone. This one didn't even have it's feathers ruffled.

    The cons are they taste terrible!
      Mrs B33 likes this.
  4. vachick15
    It took me a minute to realize this was not a real breed, XD!
  5. hooktontravel
    so i'm wondering if the cleanup is easier too? my ducks eat a fair amount (though less than the chickens) but what really is challanging is the wet, sloppy poo that they squirt out with no concern for what is getting slimed up. Do Fakes keep their sphincters under better control than other ducks? I might consider moving ot this breed! Also, the early morning loud qucking... how noisy are they?
      Torntogether likes this.
  6. orrpeople
    Definitely can't buy the hatching eggs...yet!!
  7. Fluffers
    hmm, do you think i could buy some chicks from the local hatchery?
  8. mystry
    Is this a heirloom breed? I would really be interested in purchasing it once I have my inheritance from that king in Africa. :p
  9. PeckPeckChick
    Haha this had me laughing
  10. chickenboy100
    hahahahahahaha, I like this :D

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