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Blue Swedish Ducks

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Blue Swedish Ducklings

Quantity Discount Levels
Num. Birds 1-24 25-49 50-119 120+
Price per Bird $6.79 $6.49 $6.29 $5.49
Price: $6.79

Availability: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Weeks

Duck Gender

Gender of Ducks*:
Straight Run (Day-Old Random Gender)
Females (Day-Old Hens) [Add $1.99]
Males (Day-Old Drakes) [Add $1.99]

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Blue Swedish Ducks

The Blue Swedish Ducks are a large and attractive domestic duck breed that is similar in size to the Rouen Duck. The blue coloration is a rarer coloration in any domestic poultry, and it is much more difficult to breed for. The blue often appears to be a slate or gray color, but the hues do differ. Duck breeds similar to the Blue Swedish were bred in Europe for hundreds of years. It is thought that the first Blue Swedish ducks were raised in Pomerania around 1835, which was then part of the Swedish Kingdom.

These birds make great pets because they have a calm disposition along with their typically social behaviors. They are average layers of fresh duck eggs, and they are very aesthetically appealing in a large flock with their slate blue coloration and white bibs. Like many other breeds of domestic ducks, Blue Swedish Ducks can make an excellent garden pet as they are active foragers. They will rid your garden or lawn of harmful insects.

Breeding the Blue Swedish Ducks can be challenging because blue feathered fowl do not breed true to color. When breeding a Blue Swedish male with a Blue Swedish female, you will get 50% blue, 25%, black (Black Swedish), and 25% light grey called Silver or Splash colored.

Product Facts

Blue Swedish Duck Info

  • Weight - Drakes: 8 pounds ; Hens: 7 pounds
  • Color - Grayish blue plumage with white bibs on the chest, feet are orange
  • Egg Color - White
  • Country of Origin - Pomerania area of Europe which, at the time, was a part of the Swedish Kingdom but is now the area of northeast Germany and northwest Poland. They were first imported to the US in the late 1800s

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Blue Swedish October 13, 2015
Reviewer: Karen Tsantoulis from Gilford, NH United States  
Very happy

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Ducks September 22, 2015
Reviewer: Mintra Thumjumras from Eagle mountain , UT United States  
They're cute and healthy

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Our little blues August 31, 2015
Reviewer: Jennifer Benson from Pompano beach , FL United States  
Our little blues are very precious! Their colors are amazing!

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Very Happy Buyer August 24, 2015
Reviewer: Ruth Patterson from Sunbury, OH United States  
All 11 of our baby ducks arrived safe and sound. They were ready for water and food but were all active as can be. We are very happy and they are growing pretty fast.
Thank you eFowl.

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Cutest ducklings August 10, 2015
Reviewer: Diane Vitoria from Brandon, FL United States  
We were first time duck owners and we are thoroughly enjoying our ducklings. We ordered 10 and 11 arrived on time in healthy condition. Four out of the 11 were blue Swedish. They are growing fast and are a joy to watch and play with.

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