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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by BarnGoddess01, Mar 16, 2011.
Don't dutch hookbills lay blue-ish eggs?
One of my white calls lays white, one lays greenish eggs. Strange.
Quote:My Dutch Hookbills just started laying, lovely blue-ish eggs.
Cayugas lay an olive green.
and cayugas can also lay a black egg...
My little mallard lays the prettiest periwinkle blue eggs! My EE's are green with envy.
My Mallards all lay greenish-blue eggs, too.
Quote:Love that basket! Where did you find it?
It looks like the baskets that hold golf balls at the driving range.
I'm shaking my head here. How could a duck/egg supplier say "no such thing" as a green duck egg? Sounds like they are more common than green/blue chicken eggs! (Mind you, the commercial egg suppliers in Canada would also say "no such thing" to a green chicken egg as well .... )
Thank you, everyone!
I agree. My mallards lay blue eggs. Sometimes they are very light blue, other times they look like an Easter Egger egg, and sometimes they are whitish. None seem to be more fertile than the others. My mallards are purebred stock.