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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Taylor, Feb 28, 2010.
Mine are the same way, and I've had mine for about 6 weeks.
mine are 8 and 10 weeks old, but im pretty sure they are all females.... you agree?
Mine are 9 weeks old and still do the same thing. They will tollerate my presence when I'm giving them treats, as long as I stand still. The moment I take a step they are running for cover.
I'm glad it's not just us. We got ours when they were 5 weeks old, they are now 8 weeks old and I thought it was because we didn't have them as babies. Hopefully it gets better after they start laying maybe they will calm down.
Mine are almost a yr old now and are the same way. They will come eat mealworms out of my hand if I'm bent down, but if I move, their gone. My muscovy follows me around like a dog, wagging his tail and lets me pet him and pick him up. Stays right with my husband when he's out.
Do KCs go broody?
Mine are 16 weeks and will eat peas from my hand if I don't move. Once the peas are gone back to the hills they go. My son raised them in his closet and they even run from him. I'm hoping they calm down at some point.
Mine is sitting on 14 eggs that are due to hatch in a little over a week. I have a rare one because most Khakis don't go broody.
Thought I'd add a pic of Khaki, our 7 week old KC ....
Well hopefully I have a rare on too! My girl has turned out to be the head honcho she is definitely trying to put my new ducklings in their place! Is it normal for the head honcho to be a female?