Snowy Mallard Duck Thread

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Table4Six, Jan 28, 2017.

  1. Table4Six

    Table4Six Crowing

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    I adore snowy mallards and have 2 females of my own. I saw no one had created a snowy mallard thread yet, so I decided to start one myself. Please feel free to post pictures, ask questions, share advice about this bread etc. [​IMG]

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    These are my snowy mallards! They are fully grown now, and have partly lost their dark heads, but I don't have any recent photos.
     
  2. Ameraucanas

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    They are so adorable!
     
  3. Wow....Those are very pretty Ducks!


    [​IMG]....Cheers!
     
  4. Table4Six

    Table4Six Crowing

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    Thanks
     
  5. wynn4578

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    Looks like it's been a bit since anyone has commented on this thread so hopefully I can draw some attention. My wife has a snowy mallard female and I've been looking for a few more to keep her company. I can find snowy calls all over the place but nix on snowy mallards. Does anyone know where I can get snowy mallard ducklings or hatching eggs?
     
  6. yoopergirl1211

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    I have two females coming tomorrow!
     
  7. yoopergirl1211

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    Getting mine from Ideal
     
  8. Table4Six

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    My two females in the pictures up above came from a local feed store that ordered them from Ideal.
     
  9. Chichero

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    Getting some in March Any advice?
     
  10. Table4Six

    Table4Six Crowing

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    I have two snowy mallard hens and they like to fly, so make sure your pen is fully enclosed. They're a super cute bread. I love mine. Where are you getting yours?
     

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