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Any one have a preference of one breed duck for meat purposes. (Taste and texture) Thanks.
 
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Lots of positive comments on Muscovy in thatvregard. No personal experience yet but they are my intention when we get started with meat ducks. Good brooders, not productive layers.
 
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