White Crested is a classic breed dating back to the mid-1600’s. Images of these funny and adorable ducks are seen in works by Dutch painters as early as 1660. They were admitted to the American registry in 1874
The Khaki Campbell – was introduced in 1901, in Gloucestershire, England -they are popular and famous for their incredible egg production. One Khaki Campbell laid 346 eggs in 365 days while another laid one egg a day for 225 straight days!
The Rouen – One of the most popular breeds in America. The original breed was developed in the Normandy area of France and was given the name Rouen after the city of Rouen. Rouens are good foragers, are very calm and can produce fine quantities of eggs.