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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by HeritageGoose13, Jun 22, 2015.
Well that's interesting!
is there anything you'd like to know I could ask her she seems very nice and willing to share
Hm... Ask what the duck's personality is like.
she said he was incubated and raised as a single duck for a while so he is very friendly and will sometimes sit on her lap, since getting him the girls he is more with them now.though but still friendly, she said even more than her muscovy. they all play together and swim and her females can get quite loud sometimes and sound as though they are laughing haha she said they are all wonderful ducks
Here's a video of them. You can see that they really do have long necks.
that is such an awesome video adorable animals!! I want a farm haha! they really do have longer necks and seem thicker
I found some interesting things in the history of Long Island ducks.
First off, there is a building on Long Island called The Big Duck. A farmer built it in 1931 to sell ducks and duck eggs there.
Second, there's a baseball team called the Long Island Ducks!
Pictures are all from wikipedia.
this is daisy she is aylesbury but we live in england
Really cute, thanks for the picture! I wonder how many aylesburys are in England? It seems like there are lots of them there but they're really rare here in America.
Their are alot of breeders over here for the Aylesbury's but they are a lovely duck