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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Poultrybonkers, Oct 23, 2011.
I got them in March 7 months old
look girly to me
Quote:Thats what I though but How are their eggs fertile no other ducks can get in.
idk much about ducks but maybe duck and goose cross? i see the goose in background if chickens and guineas can cross why no geese and ducks
They both sure look like females. If the eggs are indeed fertile, I would say you have a visiting drake, perhaps a wild mallard flying in. If their run is covered, maybe the geese are breeding them? Incubating some eggs would yeild the answer.
Yes those are girls... What makes you think there eggs are fertile?
Quote:I seen bullseyes in them I think my white chinese goose is mating them I've seen him mate
Are you sure it was a fertile bullseye? A true fertile bullseye will be a circle with a defined outter ring, not just a circle of white.
You could try and hatch them just to see what pops out
You won't know until you have practice on the "bulls eye". If you really want to know, then incubate them for ten days or so. Chances are they aren't fertile and, without fertile eggs to compare to, the subtle differences aren't clear. It took me a while and I still am not so sure sometimes.