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Breed description

The Appleyard was developed in the 1940s by Reginald Appleyard in West Suffolk, England. He was trying to create the perfect duck with the right combination of beauty, size, lots of big white eggs, and deep, long, wide breast. It is based on a cross between the large breeds of Rouen, Pekin and Aylesbury ducks. Minature Appleyards were created by Tom Bartlett in the 1970/80's.

Silver Appleyard Duck

Plumage colour silver wild

drake 4,1 kg
duck 3,6 kg

Country of origine Great Britain

Congeries 120 eggs

Egg weight 65-80 g

Egg Colour white

Utilisation meat

Ring size
drake 18 mm
duck 18 mm


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