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no eggs - Mac, Kent,

my duck timothy isn't laying any eggs. I don't know why he would not do it but i can't force him 2


looking to buy 1 male and 1 female - Donna, Kent,

i have 2 Indian runners and i love them 2


Excellent little characters - Bernie, Kent,

Came by this breed by chance, built a incubator for my school gcse and wanted to try it out and had two runners a Drake and a duck (teaching them to swim was a fun and messy time) the Drake cracks my up every time As for their hardiness by god there a tough bird, a dog got into my Drake and made a mess of him pulled out feathers and down and left him with a puncture wound and a 2cm gash under wing (I did not know of it at the time) my sister cleaned him up so I called the vet and I boxed him and took him to my flat ready for a vet visit in the morning, following advice for a supprised vet that he was still alive with this gash wound we had no idea about they patched him up gave him two shots of antibiotics, pain relief, stitches and glue on a wound however the vet didn’t think he would survive that night. he’s now doing very well and he is very happy again, and his age, well he is 8 years old, healthy and happy :) defiantly recommended this breed and if you can I recommend hatching and raising these ducks the experience is unexplainable, but remember to teach them to swim, heard of someone who didn’t and let’s say their ducks swim like a brick 2


my ducks - Vincent, Kent,

i breed Indian Runners and love them i spent a lot of time with them watching and learning ,,,its so interesting now have a bigger incubator and hatching more as my ducks lay eggs all year round i find they respond to my voice no matter how far from them i am 2


vary friendly - Anna, Kent,

i had 8 white and fawn indian runners and i am vary happy with them, they are super smart, and friendly, 2 of them even liked to snuggle. they all won blue ribbons at the fair, too. this is a nice 1st breed to have because they dont fly. 2

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