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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by LeBlackbird, Feb 2, 2010.
So my mallard colored call has eggs hatching
So far she is at twelve and it seems like she has more eggs under her. Clever girl I could have sworn she only had ten eggs.
So far it looks like I'm going to get some more mallards hopefully with their mums dusky gene. Maybe a coupe of blue fawn and possibly a buff. There's one or two in there whose colors I'm not sure on. Seems like there always is no matter how many ducklings we hatch
oh my word, that's a lot of little fuzzlets.I'd scoop everyone of them up and give them a kiss.
Ohh I'm so jealous.
I try to leave them alone with mum for the first 24 hours to bond before I go touching them. But when they've had time to bond I will be cuddling them all
so is it a call duck or mallard that hatched the babies?
Hi !!!!! All of the ducks are sssssssssssssssssssssssoooooooooooooooo cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So what do you guys normally buy/sell your show quality ducks for?????
I ordered mine for 80 dollars, but these are duckling and not promised show quality level, although thy come from lines of show quality. I'm getting 5 by the way so16 dollars a duckling ( if that helps at all )
aaahhh. Lucky on the cuddling. Good to let them bond first. Little sweeties.
She is a show quality call. I believe in the states you call the color grey. In Australia she is colored dusky mallard.
She ended up with sixteen babies I have no idea where she was hiding the eggs she must have had them stacked.
I don't sell my babies until they are a couple of months old that way I know what quality I'm selling as well as colors. Rare colored show quality females sell for around $80 each uncommon colored show quality $60 common colored show quality females $50. All show quality males are $50. Pet quality ducks sell $40 a pair or $30 females and $10 males. Those prices are pretty standard around here.