The Cayjuga is classified as ‘medium’ under the American Poultry Association scheme. They have a black bill and are a hardy and quiet docile breed. The Cayuga are characterized by a black bill and black plumage which is an iridescent beetle green in the correct light. In breeding an emphasis is put on correct colouration, carriage and a large breast. The Cayuga duck has dark brown eyes, black shanks and toes, except in old drakes where some orange shading may appear. Ducklings have black plumage.
Black with beetle- green lustre
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