WI - Muscovy Ducks, ducklings & hatching eggs

by Gina Sutherland
(Waupaca, WI, USA)

Captain, our head honcho

Captain, our head honcho

Captain, our head honcho
A lavender Drake we hatched
Babies
More babies

We have many different color variations, such as, white, black, "wild", blue, chocolate, pied and lavender. We also have different patterns in these colors. Please contact us if you are looking for hens, Drakes, ducklings or hatching eggs. You can find additional photos and contact information on our Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/OurFunEFarm/

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Apr 10, 2018
Shipping NEW
by: Steve

Do you ship duckinlings to maine? Minimum order?

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