Cute Hybrid Laying Ducklings


Cobham, Surrey

Pet Description

Very cute and tame ducklings, they are a mixture of all the best egg laying breeds including the runner and both breeds of campbells.

They are small to medium size and lay big eggs everyday. They come in brown or white.

Advert Type:For Sale
Pet Breed:Ducks
Pet tags: Ducklings For Sale

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