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Silver Appleyard Ducks

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Silver Appleyard Ducklings

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Price: $8.29

Availability: Sold Out until February 2016

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Silver Appleyard Ducks

The Silver Appleyard is one of the more colorful breeds of larger ducks.

One of the defining characteristics of the Silver Appleyard ducks is their slower maturation process. Many pet owners and breeders alike will favor the Silver Appleyard ducklings to observe and enjoy its drawn out development process. Unlike other waterfowl which mature in a matter of weeks, the Silver Appleyard will take a few months to reach full size and plumage coloration.

These ducks are primarily silver and white, having a black stripe on the top of their heads, black tails, and black growth under their exterior plumage. Hens and drakes have differing coloration in that the drakes' heads are greenish, similar to the Mallard and Rouen. Also, drakes generally have a darker chest and back, with molted brown and black spots covering back and chests.

Silver Appleyards are commonly raised as pets, but are also shown in exhibitions, used for decoration, and farmed for eggs. Also, they are considered gourmet roasting ducks as their meat is lean and flavorful.
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Silver Appleyard Duck Info

  • Weight - 6-8 pounds
  • Color - Drakes - Breasts, sides, shoulders, and flanks are reddish-chestnut with white frosting and lacing, the underbody is silvery white or sometimes creamy, the wings are gray and white with a stunning bright blue cross-stripe, lacing or penciling on the upper bodies. Drakes have a lush green head, which will sometimes develop dark stripes as they age. Their beaks are a greenish yellow with a black tip, while their feet are orange.
    Hens - Generally whitish with gray, and brown, with buff markings, the wings have a blue cross-stripe, lacing or penciling on the upper bodies. They have yellow and orange bills, and orange feet.
  • Egg Color - White
  • Country of Origin - England

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Arrived live and peeping June 9, 2015
Reviewer: brenda from turner, ME United States  
This was my first experience with efowl.  They were very good at communication.  All my ducks arrived alive, one had a crooked neck though,  probably a genetic defect.  He's still alive,  healthy, just crooked.  Named him Special Ed.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
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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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Good experience with E-fowl June 17, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Ordered 10 rare breed ducklings. All survived shipping and are happy & healthy!
I would order from this company again.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
injured duckling June 5, 2014
Reviewer: Claudette Griffith from Robbins, NC United States  
Ducks arrived a day before expected. One duckling is injured we are hoping vitamins and rest will be enough to strengthen the leg so she will not have to be culled.

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Very Responsive April 23, 2014
Reviewer: Kim from Lebanon OR United States  
I recently purchased Sliver Appleyard ducks from eFowl.  Unlike other places I have received poultry from, eFowl actually does send out emails when the poultry is shipped.

Unfortunately, when I went to pick them up at the post office, the PO lady said that one duck was DOA.  I took home the box and yes, one duck did not make the journey from Minnesota to Oregon.

The other ducks were very lively though and seemed quite healthy.  Since they did not send an extra duck for this small order, I emailed them to let them know.

I received a prompt reply and refund for my dead duck.

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