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Saxony Ducklings

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Saxony Ducks

The Saxony duck is heavy breed of German origin. The drake Saxony is colored similar to a Rouen with a more muted coloration. The lush greens of the are replaced by duller grays and lighter blacks.

Along with making unique and exotic pets, Saxony ducklings are raised for two key farming purposes - they are strong egg layers and also yield a high quality poultry meat.

While these birds are relatively large, their bodies are compact and streamlined. Characterized by broad shoulders and a prominent chest, Saxony ducks are regarded as a highly distinct and even a designer breed. Various waterfowl and poultry shows will have highly competitive breeders seeking to display their Saxony's desirable traits such as strong color definition and exemplary posture.
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Saxony Duck Info

  • Weight - 7-9 pounds
  • Color - Drakes: colored predominately a deep, rust colored red with underlying silver hues, the head and neck are a grayish blue, the neck has a white ring, dark eyes, dark yellow feet and bills
    Hens: brownish buff color on their head, neck and breast areas, white eye areas, bluish gray trimming on the wings and and tails, dark eyes, dark yellow feet and bills
  • Egg Production - 100-200 eggs annually
  • Country of Origin - Germany

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Ducks May 31, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Garden City, MN United States  
I received notice on a Tuesday morning that the 15 ducks I ordered would be shipped that day.  They arrived the next morning.  All were healthy and one extra duck was included.  One duck did die two days later, but the other 15 are doing well.  I was very pleased with the service provided by eFowl.

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Lost one May 18, 2016
Reviewer: Heidi Dunlap from South china, ME United States  
I lost one in transite. The 3 that are left are doing really good. They don't like being handeled too much. They like to play alot.

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Healthy lil fuzzy saxony ducklings May 4, 2016
Reviewer: Heather Forrest from sand creek, MI United States  
We received 16 Saxony ducklings all in very good health.  I will definitely be ordering from here again.  Thank you Efowl and Johnson waterfowl Hatchery.

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Saxony ducks. June 9, 2015
Reviewer: Elizabeth Hudson from Tontitown, AR United States  
All were alive when I recieived them.   Took to eating and drinking easily.

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beautiful, healthy, and energetic May 6, 2015
Reviewer: katie still from ava, NY United States  
All arrived happy, healthy, and peeping like crazy.
They were all lively and very energetic.

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