Your Name*
Email Address
Your email address appears to be invalid. Would you like to correct it?
Enter you name, email address and your question or message and click Send Message.
First Name
Last Name
Your Email Address
Your Question or Message
Your message was sent. We will get back to you via email as soon as possible.
You are Here: Home -> Waterfowl -> Ducklings -> Flying Mallard

Rating of 5.0 (1)
Flying Mallard
2016 Delivery Dates
Catalog Number Description 1-14 15-29 30-44 45 or more How Many
FMDC Males $6.94 $6.65 $6.44 $6.39
FMDP Females $7.45 $7.16 $6.96 $6.91
FMDS Straight Run $5.48 $5.20 $5.00 $4.95
Free Shipping (some restrictions apply)

To Use Free Shipping:
  1. Place Eligible items in your cart. Eligible items are marked on the product details page.
  2. During Checkout, select free shipping.
  3. Items shipped via free shipping may require up to 10 Business Days.
  4. If your order contains both free shipping items and other, ineligible items, you will be charged shipping for the ineligible items.
  5. Excludes items that are not marked by the free shipping statement.
  6. Applies to delivery addresses in the continental U.S. only. Free shipping is not available for Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands or Canada.
  7. We use various shipping carriers to deliver orders and a particular carrier may not be requested.
  8. We reserve the right to change or discontinue Free Shipping at any time.
Availability Display below is for the next several hatches. This breed is available for future dates. You can pick the date during the check out process. Green: available. Blue: limited availability. Red: not available.

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.


IMPORTANT!  MUST READ!   LEG TAPE:  If your birds were sexed and identified with colored tape, you need to remove it upon receipt.



Additional images - click to enlarge.

click to enlarge
Also of Interest
Rouen White Pekin
Questions & Answers
Do I need a permit to raise the in Maine?
Not that we are aware of. But I would suggest contacting your local DNR to find out for sure.
I have some young flying mallards that I just got a few days ago. When are they going to be able to be let outside to live/fly/swim? I have two ponds to put them on when they are ready, i just don't know when they'll be ready.
You want them to be mostly feathered before releasing them onto a pond. It may take 6-8 weeks.
What do I need to do for the ducklings right after they hatch? I forgot to order your hatch book and now they are hatching. HELP
Scroll down to the duck and geese care.
Show all Questions and Answers
Customer Product Reviews
Show reviews