Free Drakes

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  1. iamcuriositycat

    iamcuriositycat Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I have four drakes I am rehoming for absolutely free to the right home(s). They are NOT for food, but would be great either as a bachelor flock or individually to go with an existing group of hens. All were hatched on my property, originally out of McMurray stock. Here is what I have:

    Two 1 & 1/2-year-old Indian Runner drakes raised together. One black, one fawn & white, both great breeders. The fawn & white is more dominant, but both are docile with humans and good with the hens. They pick at each other some, but were raised together so they get along fine most of the time.

    Two four-month-old Indian Runner drakes raised together. Both fawn & white, both exhibiting breeding behaviors, but not fully mature. A little skittish, but they're pretty birds and would do well in a tranquil setting.

    Can go individually if you have a flock to add them to, or together as a bachelor flock for ornamentation or pets. When contacting me, please tell me a little about your set-up, so I can feel confident that they are going to a good home. Thanks!
     

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