Khaki Campbell ducks can average 360 eggs per year, much better than even the most productive chickens. Why, then, do I get two fresh eggs every morning from my ONE duck and one drake? Scott's pretty sure I have two ducks, and that would make perfect sense, except I have frequently observed them engaging in the duck/drake dance. (Their daily delivery of fresh bathing water is usually cause for celebration.) That and both eggs are always laid in a single nest, lead me to think that I do indeed have one special duck. Now, I did employ the fine art of day-old-waterfowl sexing when I bought these guys, but I had only read about it in a book and I wouldn't stake my reputation on the results. No photos of this process, either. They might not pass the sensors of this blog.