5 Out of 5 Stars (Based on 7 reviews)
I have a hen cayuga since few days old a year and half ago..she is mommys pretty princess and she knows it...her name is Shirley Linnie aka princess aka mommys llittle chicken chaser...she is my only duck that constantly chase my hens . I also have 2 pekin drakes a pekin hen a son from my coty and princess that is 13 wks noq and a male mallard...6 kids and each one has their own special awesome personalitys. They r very spoiled and they know it...they r very smart...
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I started keeping Cayuga's from April when I hatched some incubated eggs. A really beautiful, sweet natured and friendly duck to own. The black feathers have a beautiful irridescent green gloss and they look stunning! Mine I'm guessing won't lay until next springtime because they are only a few months old but I'm looking forward to hatching some of their eggs next year.
We added a cayuga duck to our chicken flock and she is very sweet. Very quiet and friendly. Hasn't started laying yet but we're looking forward to it.
I own two of these ducks. Both have been hand raised, and are handled by a number of people on a regular basis. Both believe they are dogs, relate to people the same way dogs relate to people, do not shy away from any animal and are very loyal and loving. Both are black, but there is a high degree of green in their feathers when placed in sunlight! I get many questions about them and almost everyone who meets them wants to take one home, (that will never happen as long as I'm breathing. I'd suggest this to anyone wanting a loving bird as a pet! Just feed them, treat them well, and you will have a friend for life!
Realy good to have around and very low maintanance. Have a nice soft quack
Cayugas are really friendly, and make excellent mothers. They have a soft quack, and are nice to look at.
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