JS1977

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Jun 5, 2017
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I’ve had the black and white ducks since June and I really have no idea what breed they are. I was leaning towards Cayuga or Indian Runner. Not even the slightest clue on the brown duck (she’s a year old and this photo is her summer color). The brown one used to lay eggs, until her sibling got killed this summer- then she stopped. The others haven’t laid even one egg.

Side note: The black one appeared to be a female and then all of a sudden at 5 months the tail feathers curled. Sigh.
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Corbdee

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I’ve had the black and white ducks since June and I really have no idea what breed they are. I was leaning towards Cayuga or Indian Runner. Not even the slightest clue on the brown duck (she’s a year old and this photo is her summer color). The brown one used to lay eggs, until her sibling got killed this summer- then she stopped. The others haven’t laid even one egg.

Side note: The black one appeared to be a female and then all of a sudden at 5 months the tail feathers curled. Sigh. View attachment 2435754 View attachment 2435755 View attachment 2435756
Wow I’ve never seen a Pekin duck with a gray bill
 

HappyDuckie

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The black one is a Cayuga, the white one with a grey Bill looks like a Welsh harlequin, and the brown and white one I haven’t the slightest clue.
 

Gudetama

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The black duck is Cayugas. I don´t know about the white duck. I need standing up pictures of the brown duck. Lovely birds! :)
 

JS1977

Chirping
Jun 5, 2017
32
26
74
Okie
I’ve had the black and white ducks since June and I really have no idea what breed they are. I was leaning towards Cayuga or Indian Runner. Not even the slightest clue on the brown duck (she’s a year old and this photo is her summer color). The brown one used to lay eggs, until her sibling got killed this summer- then she stopped. The others haven’t laid even one egg.

Side note: The black one appeared to be a female and then all of a sudden at 5 months the tail feathers curled. Sigh. View attachment 2435754 View attachment 2435755 View attachment 2435756
The white duck almost has a greenish-gray bill. She has quite a personality!
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JS1977

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Jun 5, 2017
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Okie
Here’s the best pic I could find of the brown one standing up. Thank you all for your responses!
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