Hatching February to November.
When you picture a white duck floating on a pond, you are probably picturing just how a White Layer Duck looks. White Layers are pretty, and as a bonus, they lay LOTS of eggs.
Production: White Layer Ducks lay 220-245 eggs per year. Their eggs weigh between 75-90 grams. They are not demanding as they are good foragers.
Temperament: very calm
History: White Layer Ducks were developed because the originator of the breed wanted to be able to cost-effectively produce duck eggs. White Layer Ducks and Golden Layer Ducks were developed for the same reasons, and they differ only in color.
Conservation Status: hybrid
Body Type: The weight of White Layers prevents them from flying.
Weight: Our breeders weigh 4.5 - 5.75 pounds during laying.
APA Class: hybrid
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