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How old do muscovy ducks get?

Updated: 4/28/2022
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My muscovies are anywhere from 18 years to 5 years. The 18 year old is a female.
A Muscovy can live for 10-20 years or more. That is if there aren't injuries or illness. Pet ducks are not too common. They lead a protected life. Mine is now 5 years old.

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