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  1. ducklover700

    Four month old check in

    Haha! At least they have names right? I've heard if some people having too many to name.
  2. ducklover700

    Four month old check in

    Oh, and thank you by the way. It took a while to figure out what to call them! Yara means water goddess, and posey because she hatched upside down and was very small. :)
  3. ducklover700

    Four month old check in

    I'm not ready for snow either! I'm located in Utah, and have been told this is not the usual time to start snowing; a little early I guess. The ducks like it though!
  4. ducklover700

    Golden 300 and Runner Duckling pics

    Very pretty! Do you separate you runner and 300 as adults?
  5. ducklover700

    Golden 300 and Runner Duckling pics

    Are these Fawn and White Runners? I only have three girls right now (ancona, and Buff orp), but in the spring I'm going to add a few more, and haven't decided on breed. I've been eyeballing the 300's. I actually bought a chocolate runner by accident several months ago, and was initially...
  6. ducklover700

    Four month old check in

    I really haven't spent a whole lot of time on byc the last couple of months, but I wanted to throw out a "check in" for my Toadbriar girls, and Metzer Buff for those of you who have seen them in the past, or just enjoy seeing ducky pictures. A little background on the girls; I had seven...
  7. ducklover700

    Utah!

    Wow, I haven't been on this thread forever, and the unviewed number count proved that; I believe I hit around 200 or so. After skimming through some of the posts I belatedly realized that If mom (SashaT) is inheriting a fancy incubator, our old one is perfect for more little ducklings, correct...
  8. ducklover700

    Share your duck pictures here!

    I love all these pictures! I have two ancona females, and one female buff Orpington. I'm considering hatching some Australian spotted bantams in the spring though! :) (I really like the silver appleyard bantams too. maybe both?) Here are my anconas, about one week old, and my 2 1/2-3 week...
  9. ducklover700

    post any and all waterfowl pictures here!!! ponds, pools, aviarys, coops, runs, etc.

    Some pictures of my girls I took while their pool was filling up. (I have two anconas, and one Buff Orp.) Yara (Yara as in Yarn, but with an A at the end instead of an N) Posie, my little flower. she tried to pip on the wrong end of her egg, opposite of the air cell.) carefully...
  10. ducklover700

    My Ancona girls are two months old!

    Warning, picture overload! I went out with my camera this morning, and shot tons of pictures while their pool was refilling. enjoy! ;) (Also, I have to say that although I LOVE seeing them grow up, I'm really missing having babies around!) Posie did this several times when I tried taking an up...
  11. ducklover700

    My Ancona girls are two months old!

    I'm quite sure they're my favorite breed. I've had quite a few, but these gals have a pretty firm spot in my heart. :) I really love the buffs, and the Swedish, too though!
  12. ducklover700

    My Ancona girls are two months old!

    Thank you! It'll be tough finding a drake to match them I think. I decided on not keeping one permanently for now, but I'm definitely going to have to see If I can match them up when they're older, with a handsome fella. :)
  13. ducklover700

    My Ancona girls are two months old!

    who did Yara's mom end up being then? Posie seems to have inherited more than just HoneyBadger's looks then, she's a pretty chill girl. She's always the first to come running up to me for treats, too. I won't be able to thank you enough for them, they're wonderful! :)
  14. ducklover700

    My Ancona girls are two months old!

    You're welcome! They're such fun girls. Posie was my miracle baby, too. she pipped on the wrong end of the egg (opposite to the air cell), but she's growing up very nicely now! ;)
  15. ducklover700

    My Ancona girls are two months old!

    Thought I'd throw out an update on my Ancona ladies; I got their hatching eggs from ToadBrior, and my ducklings hatch on June 27th, and 28th. They're growing up so beautifully! Posie is a lavender Ancona, however she has blue feathers splashing around here and there, as well as several tan spots...
  16. ducklover700

    Welsh Harlequin

    am I the only one with a psycho welshie? Aurora is gold phase, and absolutely stunning, but shes crazy. I was fully expecting to have calm ducks but the majority were not. so disappointed since I really love the breed, and they're very pretty. Charlie, a boy, was very sweet and I regret selling...
  17. ducklover700

    Blue Swedish Ducklings and Started Blue Swedish Ducks for sale! BUY IT NOW!

    I realized there are multiple colors, just didnt' realize splash were meant to have so much white. Thanks for the info.
  18. ducklover700

    Blue Swedish Ducklings and Started Blue Swedish Ducks for sale! BUY IT NOW!

    Forgive me for asking, but don't your Swedes have too much white one them for Blues? I don't know anything about the splash so maybe thats why?
  19. ducklover700

    3 week old Ancona

    I have one ancona to sell; So far I believe she's a Blue and white, but her coloring changes a lot as she gets older. she's very sweet, and isn't afraid to eat out of my hands at all. She's just started to become a little flighty, but I think that is more because of her age, not because she is...
  20. ducklover700

    Ancona Ducks

    Here are my four Anconas. they'll be turning 3 wks old tomorrow, and Friday. I have to say this hatch has been a really strange experience; but I love them to death, and they're very social and friendly. Pic overload warning lol Here's Yara, a Black female. She was shrink wrapped in her egg...
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