The bill of drake is yellowish-green and that of the duck greenish-black. Legs and feet are orange and dark brown respectively. Slightly upright and not unlike Khaki Campbells. Good layers, sitters and mothers. Welsh Harlequins can produce 160-190 white to greenish eggs per year.
Drake – not unlike Saxony with a white ring at the base of a greenish-black neck. Breast and sides chestnut brown. Duck – the base colour creamy white central shaft of feathers marked with brown on the main body.
|Drake||2.3 – 2.5 Kg|
|Duck||2.0 – 2.3 Kg|