Snowy Mallard Ducks
Snowy Mallard Ducks are a bantam breed. This is not the call duck verity. The Snowys are a subspecies of the wild mallard duck also known as grays. These ducks were breed from wild mallards, but with the addition of two recessive harlequin genes that gives them the snowy white color. They have the same body confirmation as the wild mallards. The females have mostly "snowy" which is white feathers. The males have green heads with white feathers replacing the gray breast and rump feathers that you see on the wild grays. The drakes weigh only about 2 1/2lbs, while the hens weigh about 2 pounds. They do fly, but can still be free ranged. They are very friendly ducks. They love to come meet you at the door and eat out of your hands. They are very curious little birds and love attention. They lay about 100 or more eggs a season depending on if you have them in light. They lay a tinted egg. The Snowy Mallards are rare.
Sorry no eggs are available for the 2015 season from my Snowy Mallard Ducks thanks.