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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
PostPosted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 6:31 am 
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I am rather impressed with them. Its taken a while to get the shape and weight on them and still keep them productive.

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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
PostPosted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 7:47 am 
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You should be impressed they are very nice and looking a good size and weight

Do you know what they weigh?

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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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congt334 very nice and good sized in both sexes


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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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They look almost the size of my mallard rouens congt334


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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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What colours the skin?


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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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Last time I weighed them a drake was 4.2kg and a duck 3.85kg. I know they are very hard to hang on to one handed especially when they try to flap their wings. I'll check the skin colour next time I catch one.

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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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Thats a good weight i_like1

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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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I love that pink bill looks great

What do they cost to buy?


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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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I think they are not to expensive


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 Post subject: Re: Pink-billed Aylesbury Ducklings
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fatkat wrote:
I love that pink bill looks great

What do they cost to buy?

Up to $20 each for breeding age, less for ducklings

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