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THE RURAL LIFE: The Saxony Drake Duck Died


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The Rural Life; The Saxony Drake - The New York Times

Oct 26, 2003 · Verlyn Klinkenborg Rural Life column mourns sudden death of Saxony drake in his flock (M)
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Saxony duck - Revolvy

Heads of drake (left) and duck (right) Saxony eggs The Saxony , German : Sachsenente , is a German breed of domestic duck . It was bred in Saxony in the 1930s, but ...
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Saxony Ducks: Photos & Breed Information - Poultry Keeper

Breed photos and information for Saxony Ducks, a heavy breed of duck that originated in Germany. Good for the table and attractive to look at.
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American Saxony Ducks - FeatherSite

Saxony Ducks. A nice Saxony drake from the UK Photo courtesy of Robert Stephenson. This is a German heavy breed of duck -- a dual purpose bird for both eggs and meat.
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Saxony Ducks| from the Domestic | Waterfowl | Club

The Saxony duck is almost a designer duck with a muted colouration,weighing about 3-4kg (7-9lb). The drake's head, back ...
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Heritage Saxony - The Livestock Conservancy

The Livestock Conservancy works to protect livestock and poultry from extinction including ... The drake's head, ... When choosing a Saxony duck for your flock, ...
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Ducks: Heavy - The Poultry Club of Great Britain

Ducks: Heavy. Aylesbury. The ... The Saxony duck was recognized in Eastern ... mallard gene that limits the amount of pigment on the face and body plumage of both ...
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Saxony duck - Wikipedia

The Saxony, German: Sachsenente, is a German breed of domestic duck. It was bred in Saxony in the 1930s, but because of the Second World War was recognised only in 1957.
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Can I have two drakes and one duck? | BackYard Chickens

Hi, I just hatched three Saxony ducklings (one died a few days before the hatch). They are now five weeks old and it's pretty clear that I have two...
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