Breed Club Secretary
Ducks come under the brief of:
· The Domestic Waterfowl Club of Great Britain
· The British Waterfowl Association
Bred from 2 sorts of Khaki Campbell stock The most brightly plumaged of the lighter breeds with an adult bird sized between the Miniature Appleyard and the Campbell. They follow the beak colouring of the Abacots with the male and female separately coloured which can help those not vent sexing the young. They are good layers and reasonable mothers and make good sociable back garden ducks rarely flying and foraging well.
Needs Dry bedding, protection from the weather and predators(very stupid as a breed); good food and water. Do not require water for swimming to stay healthy, but they do enjoy it. Placid docile bird not put off laying easily.
250 / 300 per annum