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Pekin Ducks were bred from the Mallard in China, they are used primarily for egg and meat production. The Pekin duck can lay an average of 200 eggs per year. These ducks are too heavy to get airborne, the fully mature ones weigh between 8 – 11 pounds. They can live around 9 to 12 years. Their plumage is white, sometimes with a yellowish tinge.
Pekin ducks are very good pets for many reasons, they imprint on a humans and so are capable of lifelong strong and loyal bonds, and often they prefer human company over the company of other ducks. They are good companions and can live both indoors and out.
Pekin Ducks For Sale In Vermont
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