Anyone got pics of TSC ducklings from this year?

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Trying to figure out what type of ducklings they had at my TSC.
Couple of the smaller ones looked like mallards but were a bluish color
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I think some blue/black swedish.
And then the bigger yellow ones which are pekins I believe.

They had some differen't colors ones which were hard to decribe... Had like a greyish body with the top of it's head dark brown?
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no clue

So down to the point Anyone got pictures of the ducklings they got from their TSC this year? If I could figure the breeds out I might be able to get 2 or 3.

Thanks so much

AC
 

Attack Chicken

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Hmm... Must be them! Look exactly like a regular mallard duckling (even smaller than the pekin ducklings) except with the bluish/gray instead of the brown... Might have to pick up a couple then!

AC
 

Attack Chicken

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Hopefully I can get there tomorrow and they still have them
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Might not be able to get there til this weekend.

Any idea on how to sex them when their young? I was told the males kinda of squeak and the females have more of a quack?

AC
 

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The voices sound the same for the first few weeks- it not until they are at least three weeks or so old before you can start to hear changes. Vent sexing is the most accurate way at day old- but you really need to know what you are doing so you dont injure the duckling.
 

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