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NY - Breeder/Show Quality Cayuga Ducks, located in upstate New York 
Excellent quality Black Cayuga ducks available $150-$200/pair, extra males; $50-$100 each. Please e-mail duckhollowfarmny@outlook.com for more details. …

NJ - Cayuga Ducklings 
We regularly hatch small batches of Cayuga ducks once a month on our homestead. All of our flocks are NPIP AI certified and fed a balanced diet. Crested …

NY - Cayuga ducklings for sale 
We have a small number of ducklings for sale. Hand raised, with love. $10 each. The parents roam on our property eating bugs and etc and love floating …

Cayugas for Sale 
Will have young cayugas for sale throughout the fall. Show breeding. Both ducks and drakes for sale starting June 1st. Should have availabilty through …

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