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The Abacot Ranger duck, also known as the Hooded Range duck, originated in the United Kingdom. They have been used as utility ducks for their meat and eggs. This domestic breed is lightweight and they rarely fly so they can be kept within a garden with a low fence. Abacot Rangers are proficient with laying eggs and lay a large white egg weighing between 60 and 70 g. They are able to lay around 180 to 200 eggs per year. The weight of a drake is around 7 lbs and a duck is 6 lbs. They have a 'hood' of fawn-buff feathers and a creamy white body with marks and streaks of color. Abacot Ranger ducks also display two kinds of seasonal plumage, nuptial and eclipse.
Abacot Ranger Ducks For Sale In Kansas
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