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Ducklings

SMALL ORDERS: They will be specially boxed with a heat pack to assure they arrive in great shape. For orders of less than 10 ducks or geese, there will be a small order charge of $45. to cover the shipping, special handling, heat pack and boxing fees. You may order all one breed or combine different breeds to complete your order.

Due to state regulations, we are no longer able to ship Flying Mallards to Florida.

Orders of 2-9 ducks will ship after April 1.


Buff
These ducks are also called Buff Orpington ducks because they originated from the famous Orpington Farms in England.

Runners
These ducks were developed in Scotland around 1900 from stock that came from the East Indies. These uniquely appearing ducks have long, slender bodies and a vertical posture thus leading to their nicknames of “Penguin Ducks” or “Bottle Necks.”

Cayuga
The Cayuga takes its name from Lake Cayuga, New York which makes it one of the few duck breeds with an United States origin. The Cayuga is a quiet duck that is very hardy and is known primarily for its brilliant “beetle” green plumage.

Black Swedish
These attractive ducks are known for their black color and have a white bib that runs from under the bill halfway down the breast. They also have some white on their wings that creates a very eye appealing color contrast with the black.

White Crested
The White Crested Duck is a good dual-purpose breed as they lay an admirable quantity of eggs and grow rapidly if you want to butcher some.

Blue Swedish
These attractive ducks are known for their blue color and have a white bib that runs from under the bill halfway down the breast.

Gold Star Hybrid
These ducks were developed for commercial flocks to lay more and larger eggs than the Khaki Campbell duck and have a calmer temperament with a higher fertility.
pair of ducks in grass
Welsh Harlequin Duck
The Welsh Harlequin are a fairly new breed, developed by Leslie Bonnett in Wales from two lighter colored Khaki Campbells ducklings in 1949. They came to the United States in 1968 and were accepted into the American Poultry Association in 2001 in the Light Duck class.

Khaki Campbell

Khaki’s are known for being one of the best general-purpose ducks. They are probably the best layers of all of the domestic ducks. They will have a mature weight of around 4-1/2 lbs. and their light plumage makes them easy to pick and nice for table use. The females are seal brown and the males the same with touches of darker brown and a resemblance to the drake mallard. Khaki Campbells are excellent foragers and withstand cool climates very well.


Pekin
Originating in China in ancient times, White Pekins were brought to the Western World in the middle 1800’s. Their fine meat quality and egg laying ability quickly made them the first choice of American duck growers.

Jumbo Pekin
It's bred for size first, a meat pen type duck, not a Pekin breed show duck. It is approximately 15 - 18% bigger than the White Pekin ducklings.
Sweet Emily (White Layer Duck)
White Star Hybrid

The White Layer was developed several years after the Gold Star Hybrid as some of our customers wanted a white egg laying duck.


Mallard

What a treat it is to see these brightly colored ducks winging about your yard. The color pattern is the same as Rouens but Mallards are much smaller and the meat has a gamey taste not found in domestic ducks.


Rouen
These attractive ducks bear the name of the famous French city they came from originally. Similar to the Wild Mallard in color, the males have a lustrous green head and neck, a rich purplish brown chest, and steel gray penciling on the upper body.