Appleyard Drakes have a yellow or green bill. The Drake has a chestnut red breast, flank, sides, and shoulders with white “frosting and lacing” and a “creamy or silvery white” underside. Drakes’ wings are grey and white with a cross-stripe of bright blue. Their tail feathers are a dark bronze color. Feet and legs are orange.
The Silver Appleyard Duck hen has a yellow or orange bill with a black “bean”. Plumage is whitish with markings in various shades of brown and gray. Her legs are yellow or orange with dark toenails and she, like the drake, also has wings marked with a blue cross-stripe.
The Appleyard Duck is a large and solid Duck, featuring a prominent breast.
|Drake/Duck||2.73 – 3.64 Kg|
Creamy white to off white
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