Duck breed?

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by chicken mother, May 27, 2019.

  1. chicken mother

    chicken mother In the Brooder

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    white/brown ones at the bottom! theyve been out there forever and i was considering buying them but i dont know what breed they are. (not buying them, ive ordered from a hatchery already) i just want to know the breed because my family and i have been curious :)
    also, are they male or female?
     

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  2. MagpieDucks

    MagpieDucks Duck Addict

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    Are you talking about this one? It’s a Snowy Call.
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  3. Roo5

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    Females quack males make a raspy sorta voice and most breeds of drakes have curls at the end of their tails.The brown ones are hens, can’t tell what the greenish/black ones,we’ll need individual pictures, otherwise your gonna have to figure it out in your own, but it shouldn’t be difficult.
     
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  4. MagpieDucks

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    The black ones are Cayuga.
     
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    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    The bottom one looks like Muscovy..
     
  6. MagpieDucks

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    Seeing as it's fully feathered, it would be the size of the Rouen behind it, if it was a Muscovy. ;)
     
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    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    Hmm..I left my reply and didn't say it was but look at Its stovepipe legs and it's longer tail/Butt area..
     
  8. MagpieDucks

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    No evidence of Caruncles. :idunno
     
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    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    The very bottom one ..Possibly a mule? The one you mentioned looks like a Mini Appleyard Bantam if you really want my opinion..
     
  10. MagpieDucks

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    Possibly, they do look a bit large. Probably not mules, but very likely mixes.
     

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