Any clue on breed and gender ?

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by maidmarian13, Oct 7, 2016.

  1. maidmarian13

    maidmarian13 Just Hatched

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    Sorry I couldn't get close for a good pic lol
     
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  3. Bills vs Beaks

    Bills vs Beaks Overrun With Chickens

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    The one in the back is definitly a male and the one in the front is probably a girl. Are they the same age? If they are, then its a girl.
    As for breed...they could be mixes. How big are they? They look like a call body shape(I think).
     
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  4. maidmarian13

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    Wegot them from an auction bless them so no clue ... poor things where in a box but the further away one does nake noice and iv heard thats usually females ? Its no matter really they are pets but was curious lol
     
  5. buff goose guy

    buff goose guy Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I would say mixed breed or very very bad quality call ducks ( not really bad quality they are probably great birds, bad quality means that they don't meet what the breed is supposed to look like )
     
  6. PINOAK RIDGE

    PINOAK RIDGE Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Agree, they are probably poor quality call ducks or call duck crosses. The one in the back is definitely a drake. Would need a better pic of the other one to give reliable info.

    Hope this helps. Good luck & enjoy your ducks.

    PINOAK RIDGE
    Call ducks in: Apricot Silver, Aztec Blue, Black, Blue, Blue Fawn, Buff, Butterscotch, Chocolate, Grey, Khaki, Pastel, Snowy, Silver & White.
    Black East Indies, Miniature Silver Appleyards, Mallards and Silver Mallards.

    Silkies: Black, Blue, Buff, Grey, Partridge & White
    Bantam Cochins & Frizzles: Black, Blue, Silver, Mottled-Black & Blue, Millie Fluer (Calico) and White.
     

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