WA - Free range Muscovy Ducks: Black, Barred, Lavender and more

by Danell Mackey
(Port Townsend, WA)

Our head drake and a slew of ducklings

Our head drake and a slew of ducklings

Our head drake and a slew of ducklings
A Lavender Pied duckling
One of our favorite clutches
A beautiful juvenile lavender hen

At our small farm we always have ducks setting on nests, for a wide range of pure bred Muscovy ducklings throughout the spring, summer and fall. Several of our ducks are lavender or split to lavender, which gives us a good selection of colors to choose from.

Our ducks free range on 11 acres, including a 30 foot natural pond and all of the bugs, slugs and greens they can eat.

Prices range from $4 to $15 depending on coloring, sex and age.

Located in Port Townsend, WA at Cape George Farm. Contact us at danell@capegeorgefarm.com for information or to reserve your ducks!

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Dec 28, 2016
Wild Muscovy NEW
by: Anonymous

I live in Florida where we have wild muscovy I have about 8 that basically live in my back yard I absolutely love them but they are considered a nuisance here in Florida. I have one female that is nesting right now and I know it can take about a month for her eggs to hatch. When they do is there anything I can do to help protect the ducklings? We live on a small pond/lake which they go in once in awhile awhile but I know the ducklings will be too young to go in. Should I get them a baby pool or something shallow they can drink from and learn to swim also. I can be contacted at epadilla215@gmail.com Thank you

Dec 28, 2016
Wild Muscovy NEW
by: Anonymous

I live in Florida where we have wild muscovy I have about 8 that basically live in my back yard I absolutely love them but they are considered a nuisance here in Florida. I have one female that is nesting right now and I know it can take about a month for her eggs to hatch. When they do is there anything I can do to help protect the ducklings? We live on a small pond/lake which they go in once in awhile awhile but I know the ducklings will be too young to go in. Should I get them a baby pool or something shallow they can drink from and learn to swim also. I can be contacted at epadilla215@gmail.com Thank you

Jun 22, 2016
Ducks NEW
by: Anonymous

How many ducks do I have to order for you to ship to alabama?

Apr 27, 2016
Muscovy Ducklings NEW
by: Desperate for ducklings

I live on Southern California and am trying to find female Muscovy Ducklings to add to our small flock. So far I haven't been able to find anyone that has any to ship to me. I would appreciate any help I could get. My kids wanted ducks and asked for Muscovys, we absolutely love ours but we would like to strengthen our flock with other birds and have a range of girls for our love sick drakes. Thank you for any help you can give.

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