Khaki Campbell ducks gender

Tmcfarland

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I got these Khaki Campbells a few weeks ago. Obviously straight run. As I’m new to owning ducks, I was wondering if anyone here could tell as of yet if they were male or female or are they still to young? Thanks in advance. All pictures are of the same 2 ducks.
 

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It's so frustrating right? Watch for that task feather curling up and the head soaring darker at about 3 months. Until then love those babies age lock them up at night. Just lost 5, 3 were little babies like that last year that my duck hatched
 
It's so frustrating right? Watch for that task feather curling up and the head soaring darker at about 3 months. Until then love those babies age lock them up at night. Just lost 5, 3 were little babies like that last year that my duck hatched
As of right now their outdoor coop isn’t completely done. We are still in the process of moving. They are in the garage in a coop/pen that’s about 5x5 at night. I know that’s not real big but for now, it’s only at night when they’re in it. They have access to it during the day if they want but mostly they enjoy roaming the yard. They’re out during the day with LOTS of supervision. My kids would be devastated if something happened to them. I’m not a very patient person. I always want to know right now! Lol
 

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