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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by latte510348, Dec 3, 2014.
So I have a young muscovy around 2 months and I really need to know weather it's male or female
Any clues? Photo? Welcome to the Duck Forum!
Haha sorry I'm new to this and I tried posting a few pics but it didn't do anything can u help me? Haha
how do I post a pic haha I'm new to this
Well, there is this symbol up above
I click on that and then I can upload pics from my computer. There used to be a restriction, though, for new members…give it a try. You may need to have some number of posts before you can upload photo's. But you and I should be able to "talk" back and forth on this thread so you can reach the threshold. Give it a try and let me know. I will be up for a few more minutes.
I need to turn in…. I plan to check in tomorrow.
Again, welcome, and there are a number of Muscovy people here . . . take a look around, you can find many photo's of Muscovies.
Ok it still won't let me post pics but I'll figure it out and just a discription of the young muscovy he dose have noticably larger feet then the rest he is noticibly bigger and dosnt yet have his flight feathers like the rest of his siblings but when the others nip at him he makes the (quack) that my adult females do?
Here are some photo's - maybe they will help.
Hard for me to say - I have Runners and Buffs. But @Miss Lydia and @Going Quackers have Muscovies.
Like when they chase eachother around to claim dominance and the winner comes back and they all start a big conversation of tail waging and twittering and then in his peep I can hear a faint hiss
Females hiss to so that can't always be an indicator.
By 8 weeks there is usually a noticeable difference in the duck and drake in size.