After countless attempts and various techniques, one of our Muscovy Ducks has hatched out two new ducklings.

Muscovy ducks require an incubation time of about thirty-five days. It’s a taxing and restless time for the duck as she must protect the eggs, whilst keeping them at 100º for the entire cycle. Our little momma has done a fabulous job keeping these eggs protected.

Rich is the reward.

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