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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by 3quakers, Jun 23, 2016.
So if my duck is a drake, will it get it's quack back?
Mallard-derived drakes don't really quack once they get their grownup voices.
Drakes make a rasping cheep-like noise. Females quack. Loud, obnoxious, QUACK QUACK QUACK QUACK!
Thanks for the info. That tells me at least one of my 3 white ducks is a female.
My second question is that two of these ducks grew very big, very fast, and they both have orange beaks.
The third duck has a light pink beak and is only half the size. What's with that?
What breeds are your ducks?
Only certain ducks can be sex linked by bill color
It's very likely the third duck is the runt and not getting as much food. I have one like that, so I just let her in the coop at night earlier than the others. When she's eaten most of her fill, I let the rest in. She should grow some more now. She is the closest silver one.
They are Pekin ducks. One of them definitely looks like a runt. Can't imagine that it will ever catch up with the others.
It is the most active and it does usually take the lead when they do their ducks in a row walk between the barn and the pond.