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Ridgway Mammoth White Pekins
Our large hardy ducklings hatched from carefully selected
breeders offer you virtually 100% livability. You can dress or market
your quality ducklings at 6 to 7 lbs. in only 7 to 8 weeks! Raise 15
to 25 for your freezer, fun projects, or to complement your farm pond.
Raise 100 to 1,000 for market and excellent eggs. Whatever
your needs, you'll find RIDGWAY WHITE PEKINS fun, economical, and a real
Indian Runners are a good breed for the home duck flock,
being ornamental and highly entertaining. Egg production averages
275 to 340 eggs per hen. Indian Runners are unique and
practical with their upright posture, fast gate, and good laying quality.
Rouens are an excellent meat type duck. They are similar to White Pekins in size and weight.
They attract attention whenever seen. The male is especially
colorful, having a deep lustrous green head and upper neck, while the back
is gray mixed with green. The female is barred on the wings with
brown body color and penciling in all sections.
Muscovy ducklings have many
distinguishing features. Their faces are covered with rough, red
skin and drakes have a fleshy knob at the base of their bills.
Drakes are nearly twice as heavy as the hens. Muscovies are
excellent foragers and can utilize large quantities of grass. If
good quality forage is available pasteurized ducklings required only light
feeds of grain once daily. Muscovies offer a high profit potential
with excellent holiday demand. Each hen can naturally product 30
ducklings per year.
Gray-blue in color with white bibs. Extremely hardy
and an active forager. People interested in color will intrigued
by this breed. Outstanding egg layer, they will produce eggs year
Ridgway Genuine Flying Mallard Ducklings
Mallards are an excellent game bird and they are popular
with sportsmen. Many a "disappointed" sportsman will pay a good price
for genuine Mallards. Their coloring is beautifully brilliant and they
provide a delicious delicacy for special dinner occasions. Mallards
fly, but will stay at home if fed regularly. Trainers will use these
gamebirds to train their dogs. Pinioning will not remove their wild