Breed?!?

3littleduckies

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So it’s been a while since I posted ok here about these 3 little guys....so I no I have one mallard....think brown one is Campbell but still no clue on my biggest one?!?!?!
 

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cheezenkwackers

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I do not think that you have a Khaki Campbell, looks like both brown ones are Dutch hook bills to me. I suspect the large, brown one is a drake (male) and the smaller one is a hen (female). The Mallard also appears to be a drake. If I am correct, only the smaller, lighter brown one will be quacking with a true load quack. Also, if that turns out true you would have a bad ratio and need to figure something out.
 

3littleduckies

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Well I thought my big grey one was male untill he alfalfa started to get louder and more quacking! Both my grown and grey one warn my drake mallard off 🤣🤣 a lot have said my biggest one is a hook I’ll 🥰🥰 but I’m not to sure about my lil brown one. Trying to find someone to come take a look and let me no but by sound I have 2 female and 1 male
 

HollowOfWisps

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So it’s been a while since I posted ok here about these 3 little guys....so I no I have one mallard....think brown one is Campbell but still no clue on my biggest one?!?!?!
I agree with a Hookbill cross for the one and judging by the grey feathers I would say blue Fawn for the color. The other brown one I would say is chocolate and it's hard to tell her bill from the angle in the photos. Hookbills can come in a variety of colors and the bills are not always so long and hooked. The hooked gene is recessive so not all ducks that are Hookbill have the signature bill. Did you ask where you purchased them if they had Hookbills?
 

3littleduckies

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The farmer we got them from online had these two left and tbh didn’t no what they were but did inspect the grey ones beak. The are all actually 3 months old now, thanks for the help guys
 

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