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Ducks and Geese need good homes-Oregon

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by DuckLady, Jan 24, 2009.

  1. DuckLady

    DuckLady Administrator Staff Member

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    I have some ducks and geese looking for a good home. We are moving and need to downsize. These are rescued ducks.

    I have 2 scovy drakes, very tame and friendly....love to talk and follow you around supervising.

    2 scovy females, not as tame as the boys but nice gals.

    A blue swede drake, a snowy call drake with one angelwing and a mallard something cross drake.

    I have an Embden and a brown chinese gander who were raised together and should go together. I raised them from babies. They are good watch geese, but have never been the least bit aggressive to me.

    If you are interested in taking in any special needs female ducks, I am willing to let the ones I have go to very special homes where they will be protected from bullies and drakes.

    We are moving to a harsh climate and I worry about the knobbed, crippled and caruncled waterfowl. I don't want to give any of them up, but for their welfare, it is something I have to do.

    Contact me privately through the email or PM link if interested. I will not ship and I may want to see pics of your secure setup for approval.
    These are to be pets, not meat animals. I can meet you within reasonable distance.

    Thanks.
     
  2. DuckLady

    DuckLady Administrator Staff Member

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    As of today the geese are all spoken for.

    The married couple is spoken for.

    The call drake and mixed mallard something are spoken for as well.

    If any of the above changes, I will update!
     

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