The Muscovy Duck is an odd duck indeed. They are very personable, often following one around like a puppy dog. This particular flock is no exception.

Ilford here loves to be petted and coddled. Every morning, when I go out to feed the chickens and gather the duck eggs, he waddles over, making his hissing sounds and looking for some love.

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Raising Muscovy Ducks and Their Behaviors

If you ask me, ducks are incredibly social animals. The Muscovy is not an exception to this rule. Within this particular video, Ilford, one of our own male Muscovy, and I exchange greetings. Here he shows how sociable cultural|public|communal} this breed {can in fact} be.|Here he {shows} how {interpersonal|sociable|cultural|public|communal} this breed can be actually.}

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