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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by marvun22, Oct 29, 2013.
It has a good selection of Muscovies, but there isn't much for reviews on them.
That's where owners of Muscovy's on here come in handy we can give you first hand info since we live with them.
Sorry for the vagueness. I meant reviews on http://www.duckopolis.com/.
Just wanted to say hello. I have not dealt with duckopolis, though.
Did you see this?
After looking at the link.
I would say that a site that has no pricing, hasn't been updated in almost 3 months and has a lot of pics of "their" birds but none of which look like they were taken in the same place, I'd say no.
Remember, anyone can have a website. Just because they have one, it doesn't make them legit. Look at legitimate hatcheries, of which there aren't many.
I am probably going to take jdywntr's advice and just find someone here who sells it. And Amiga, with that link were you referring to the person who said Duckopolis was in Canada and wouldn't ship to america? Or we're you telling me about the seller?
I did business with Duckopolis this year. I ordered and paid a premium price for mature ducks and received juveniles. The business owner refused to give me any refund claiming that he considers 8 week old ducks to be mature and this is how he has been doing business for years. At 8 weeks, they are at least another 12 weeks from sexual maturity.
I do not enjoy saying negative things about people, but I feel compelled to inform anyone considering doing business with Duckopolis to be aware that you will pay top dollar for a "mature" duck and are likely to receive a juvenile.
Trent is nice, but the website is not recently updated and the pictures are not consistent