White Crested Ducks
The White Crested duck
is a white, medium weight duck with a feathered crest on the top of the head. The Crested Duck first appeared for show in Great Britain, though the true origin of the duck is uncertain.
White Crested ducks
are bred primarily for exhibition and egg production. Most breeds of ducks can yield Crested ducklings
. However, these White Crested ducklings
are pure white, similar to a Pekin duck
are difficult to breed due to genetic specifications and are not recommended for beginner breeders, but it's aesthetic appeal and quick growth make the White Crested Duck an excellent breed for exhibition and edibility.
Hatching Duck Egg Info
Hatching Duck eggs
require an incubator to hatch correctly. These are available at a wide range of websites and also at local farm supply stores. We will have them on eFowl.com shortly.
Fertilized Duck Eggs
can be safely transported for about 10 days before they will no longer hatchable. We guarantee that all the eggs we sell will arrive to you intact and in a hatchable condition. However, given the nature of this product and the skill it takes for one to successfully hatch a duckling egg, we cannot guarantee that your eggs will actually hatch.