|Muscovys originated in Central & South
America, but have spread in popularity
through the South Pacific and South East
Asia as an upscale dinner favorite. Their
tender breast meat in the leanest of all
breeds of duck, and probably the most
They are also among the largest of
breeds, growing out at up to 10 lbs!
As a domesticated pond duck, Muscovys
are very quiet (non-quackers), and
resilient to predators, tending to roost at
night and possessing sharp claws on
their webbed feet for defence.
We breed several colors (green,
chocolate, and greys).
Ducks will lay several broods each year
and will sit on virtually any breed of egg.
|Everybody knows "Donald Duck",
therefore, the Peking duck is probably the
most recognizable breed. Centuries ago
this breed was domesticated in China
while feeding on grain barges in the canals
of Peking. Since the 12th century, roast
Peking Duck has graced the table of
Chinese Emperors as well as peasants.
As pond ducks, they can lay up to 200
eggs per year. In addition, they are very
human friendly to the point of spending as
much time around the yard, as they do in
|The U.S.A. Duck! The Cayuga breed
was domesticated from wild ducks in the
Finger Lakes region of New York State,
and is the only original American
breed. Their striking iridescent
green color, docile behavior, and broody
(nesting) tendencies make them a
favorite and unique choice for your pond.
|If you are into rich and delicious duck
eggs, pay attention. This light brown
bird can lay up to 220 eggs per
year. Considered a rare breed,
they are both a meat and production
bird. Developed in England in the
1800's, they are very quiet and docile.
They are a "stay at home duck" (can't
fly) not very broody (don't sit on eggs).
|Mallards are thought to be the most
abundant breed on earth. Although
smaller that many popular breeds, most
duck breeds are descendants of
While very capable of flight, a little wing
clipping now and then can keep these
beauties on your pond. If you like to
hear some quacking, these birds will
(a.k.a. POLISH DUCK)
|The Swedish Duck is actually from the
Pomerania region, in northwest Poland
and Germany. At the time the breed
was domesticated in the 1830's, this
region was under Swedish control - that
makes a Swedish duck from Poland!
Stosh or Sven take your pick!
This calm duck tops out st 7-8 pounds,
and is the most winter hearty originating
from the Baltic Sea region. I really don't
see the "blue" in them, it is more of a
slate grey in color with a white breast.
They also come in black.
Flock tested and certified by Texas Animal Health Commission Permit No. FR-003072
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