Golden Cascade Duck
Breed Club Secretary
Ducks come under the brief of:
· The Domestic Waterfowl Club of Great Britain
· The British Waterfowl Association
In 1979, David Holderread of Corvallis, Oregon set out to breed a duck that was fast growing, active, laid eggs well, and was auto-sexing.
Named for its golden hue, and for the prominent Cascade Range of the Northwest. They weigh 6-8 pounds (2.7-3.6 kilos). Females have buff plumage and black beaks. Drakes have yellow beaks, greenish-brown heads, white ring on their necks, reddish breasts and white underbodies.
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