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Treva

New Member
Hi Kya and Latebloomer
Yes I have Moscovey Ducks, we started with 2, Daisy and Donald, soon added Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
When I went to Colorado for 10 days I came home to 24 babies!!!!:eek:
Well a couple of weeks ago a man with a 24 acre pond came and got all but 3 of them.
Ok you did not ask for my story just what kind they were! lol
Latebloomer is right they are Muscoveys! Great for keeping the bugs down!:D
 

latebloomer

Active Member
Love the story anyway!
I remembered as I read somewhere the breed seems to be a favorite of top chefs right now. I think it might have had something to do with the fat content of the meat compared to other ducks.
I have Khaki Campbell ducks. They are prolific egg layers though mine are too young to lay eggs yet.
 

Treva

New Member
YES Latebloomer
My husband keeps threatning to eat my ducks!!!!!!!!!!!:(
Love the story anyway!
I remembered as I read somewhere the breed seems to be a favorite of top chefs right now. I think it might have had something to do with the fat content of the meat compared to other ducks.
I have Khaki Campbell ducks. They are prolific egg layers though mine are too young to lay eggs yet.
 


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