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Discover 95 products from Ducklings manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and dealers across India. Ducklings product price in India ranges from 100 to 3,000 INR and minimum order requirements from 5 to 1,500. Whether you're looking for Indian Ducks, Pekin Duck , Duckling Chicken etc, you can explore and find the best products from Tradeindia. We offer a wide range of Ducklings selections in various locations including Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur and many more.
Multi Colours Indian Ducks

Multi Colours Indian Ducks

Price: 130 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1500 Piece/Pieces


6 Years

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Frozen Pekin Duck

Frozen Pekin Duck

Price: 160.00 - 500.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 5 Kilograms/Kilograms


11 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

Duckling Chicken Weight: 70-80 Grams (G)

Duckling Chicken Weight: 70-80 Grams (G)

Price: 10.00 - 35.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Piece/Pieces


3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

Low-Fat Runner Duck Chicks

Low-Fat Runner Duck Chicks

Price: 35 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1500 Piece/Pieces

Balraj Farms & Hatcheries

1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

Indian Runner Gender: Both

Indian Runner Gender: Both

Price: 30 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces


1 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer

White  2 Kilograms Poultry Farming Adult American Pekin Ducklings

White 2 Kilograms Poultry Farming Adult American Pekin Ducklings

Price: 300 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 500 Piece/Pieces

R.G Mandal Industries

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

Pure Diving Duck

Pure Diving Duck

Price: 12 - 2500 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 50 Kilograms/Kilograms

Sri Krishna Poultry Farm And Breeding Chicken

Business Type: Trading Company

White Pekin Ducklings Gender: Male

White Pekin Ducklings Gender: Male

Price: 170 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - Any Order Kilograms/Kilograms


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Price: 60 per piece, day old ducklings INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Box/Boxes


Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

Black White Indian Runner Duck

Black White Indian Runner Duck

Price: Ask INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 1000 Kiloampere/Kiloamperes,


Business Type: Trading Company



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Country Duck Brown

Price: 100.00 - 250.00 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

KB Livestock Farm

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company


Indian Runner Brown Color Day Old Ducklings Gender: Both

Price: 60 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

Siva Poultry Farm

Business Type: Distributor



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Metalcraft Incorporation

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

New Delhi


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Pure Breed White Pekin Ducklings Gender: Female

Price: 70 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 500 Piece/Pieces


Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor


Chaudhary all in one agro farm

Business Type: Distributor | Supplier


Livestock Farms And Hatcheries

Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company

East Singhbhum

AB Goat Farm

Business Type: Distributor | Supplier



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Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company

Imphal West


Business Type: Manufacturer


Khagen Hatching System

Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company


Multiple Indian Runner Duckling For Farming

Price: 40 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

Pakhiraj Hatchery

Business Type: Supplier | Trading Company


Mixed Printed Handicrafts Little Duckling

Price: 180 INR (Approx.)

MOQ - 10 Pair/Pairs

Manish Arts

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor


Keeping And Caring For Duckling As A Pet

Leaving a duck alone or in a cage for extended periods of time is not good for the animal's mental health because ducks are social creatures and experience feelings of loneliness, isolation, and bereavement similar to those experienced by humans.

Here are the proofs Ducks show feelings towards humans:

1. Cuddling 

Ducks quite love animals and will happily cuddle up to you for some pats and scratches. Ducks will hop onto your lap and rest their heads on your legs if they trust you and know they are secure with you. They want to be around your arms and legs, so they will position themselves there. Ducks are gregarious creatures that enjoy the company of others of their own species as well as of people. 

2. Sleeping 

A duck's most defenseless state is while it's sleeping, so the fact that your pet duck feels safe enough to doze off in your presence tells a lot. 

When a duck conks off on your lap or nestles into your arm, it's a sign that they trust you and feel comfortable enough to do so. Ducks' kind and caring nature is on full display here.

3. Playing 

To demonstrate how much they care for you, ducks often bring their owner's toys to play with them. To pass the time, even wild ducklings will engage in roughhousing.

4. Vocalizations 

If they are excited about something, like obtaining a reward, seeing you after a long time, or having their pool filled with new water, they will yell "honk-honk-honk" quite loudly at you. 

The "honks" burst out loud and enthusiastically, letting you know in an instant that they are content.

5. Bobbing Heads 

When domesticated ducks are happy to see you again after being separated for some time, they may bob their heads up and down. As dogs wag their tails to express joy upon seeing their owner again, so do ducks bob their heads to show their joy.

Food For Duckling

Fruit is a favorite treat for ducks, but only a small amount at a time is recommended due to its high sugar content. What to feed your ducklings that they'll love:

  • - Bananas puree without Peel
  • - Strawberries
  • - Tomato Fruit
  • - Pitted Peaches and Cherries 
  • - Grapes without Skin and Seeds
  • - Raspberries 
  • - Blueberries
  • - Pumpkin meat (Small piece)
  • - Pitted pears and Cut apples

When that time comes, feed them duck starter chow that contains vitamin B complex, especially niacin. If you don't do this, the resulting birds will have deformed legs.

You should provide ducks with chopped vegetables and green leaves, as these are essential to their diet. If you want to feed ducks, keep in mind that they don't chew their food before swallowing it whole, so don't give them anything too big. These are some things that will appeal to your ducklings in particular:

  • - Cucumber
  • - Chard and broccoli
  • - Peas
  • - Cauliflower
  • - Kale
  • - Salads
  • - Radishes and Beets 

Many different plants, not just fruits, and veggies, will be enjoyed by your infants.

  • - Aquatic Plants
  • - Mowed grass and clover
  • - Rose petals
  • - Dandelion

Avoid using any chemicals on these meals, since they may pose a health risk to your ducks if fed to them. At the 12-week mark, you can start feeding your ducklings dairy products. The top choices are:

  • - Classic Greek yogurt manufactured from the milk of organic probiotics 
  • - Chopped Cottage cheese

Keep in mind that the odor of feces is a natural byproduct of consuming dairy products, so there's no need to panic. Feeding your ducks high-protein snacks is essential since they require so much of this nutrient.

  • - Boiled and Scrambled Egg Yolks
  • - Crickets
  • - Worms and Super-Worms
  • - Dried River Shrimp

Ducklings shouldn't get more than 10 percent of their calories from this source.

What Are the Advantages of Raising Ducklings.

1. Easy to herd 

When it comes to walking livestock, ducks are the easiest to herd. You can herd ducks if you walk slowly and sometimes extend an arm. There is a night pen for the ducks, and I have my temporary fence (affiliate link) set up across the yard.

2. Fertilizer benefits 

Your plants will benefit from having ducklings feeding near them since they will leave behind beautiful presents. Due to the absence of sphincter muscles, ducks have no command over their bowel motions. 

As a result, there won't be a disproportionate amount of the wonderful stuff in any one area. Anywhere that ducks are at work is a good candidate for having its soil quality improved. The waste from cleaning out their enclosure can be added to the compost as well.

3. Lawn maintenance 

Having ducks on your lawn will cut down on the grass you need to mow. Some ducks, like the mallard, find certain weeds, like dandelions, more appetizing than grass, and so they consume the weeds first, leaving behind the camouflaged remnants of a once-thriving lawn. Animal-powered lawnmowers and hedge trimmers are becoming increasingly popular.

4. Garden Clean up 

When the harvest is complete, utilize ducks to clear out the garden or greenhouse in preparation for the next planting. Along with the dead plants, seeds, and roots, they will also devour any pests that have made their home in the soil.

5. Meat Production

Duck is a very tasty meat. Although the fat level is typically higher than that of other chicken meats, that's where all the taste really is. Bring on the ducks if you're looking for a tasty meat bird.

6. Egg Production 

Eggs! For this very purpose, we first began raising ducks. We were shocked to learn that not only do duck eggs taste better than chicken eggs, but they also have more health benefits. Depending on their nutrition, ducks' eggs can have a higher vitamin and mineral content per gram. We keep our ducks content by giving them access to a wide range of insects, grubs, and plant life by relocating them to different areas of the farm. Saving money on their food cost is an added bonus.

7. Pest Control 

Because of their voracious appetites, ducks can be used as a natural method of pest control in the garden. They poke around in the top inch of dirt (if it is loose enough) with their bills, looking for anything to eat. People have reported success in using chickens to decrease the number of ticks on their land.

Are Ducklings Easy to Raise.

If you follow the mentioned below tips, then you can easily raise your ducklings:

1. Provide Plenty of Water 

Ducks are aquatic creatures with a strong affinity for water. When they first learn to eat, ducklings need water, but they don't need a lot of it. Young ducks need access to water deep enough to submerge their beaks, so they can rinse any leftover food from their nostril openings. Small ducklings often like their food to be already saturated, or even a bit soupy.

2. Say No To perches 

To keep your ducklings entertained, you may be tempted to install small perches or roosts in the brooder, especially if you have experience with chickens. Stay away from the hassle. Ducks rest on the ground in quiet, dark thickets when they are in the wild.

3. Be Ready for A Mess 

Among mammals, ducklings are among the messiest. They will run right through their water, making a mess of it, spilling their food, and even trailing their waste into the bowl. Goslings can be kept in a cleaner brooder if they are only given access to a small trough for drinking and their water is taken away for a few hours every night.

4. Have the right feed 

Make sure the ducklings' brooder is stocked with the proper food before bringing them home. Ducklings shouldn't consume chick beginning, and should instead eat crumble. Check the label to be sure your ducklings are getting enough of the essential nutrients; most feed stores include alternatives that have been developed for young waterfowl. Niacin, which promotes strong bone growth, should be your top priority.

5. Handle with care 

Ducklings are social animals that form strong attachments to the people who take care of them. If you do this, your ducks will become devoted pets that will anxiously peep whenever they see you. In many cases, all it takes to encourage this endearing behavior in young ducks is frequent feeding and quality time spent with their human caregivers.

6. Consider Fencing 

A fence is a need if you plan to raise ducklings and have a garden. While it may take ducks a couple of weeks to locate your garden plot, they may ruin a flower bed in as little as an hour or two due to their ravenous appetites.

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Ducklings Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company Name Location Member Since
Yesraj Agro Exports Pvt. Ltd.Pune, India11 Years
Ppf Group Of CompaniesHyderabad, India6 Years
Eternal AgroKharagpur, India3 Years
Balraj Farms & HatcheriesRanchi, India1 Years
A To Z Poultry SolutionKhusrupur, India1 Years

FAQs Related to Ducklings

Duckling refers to a juvenile duck, while duck refers to an aquatic bird of the family Anatidae, characterized by a flat bill and webbed feet.
Yes, here are some caring tips:

  • A duck is not an appropriate "house" pet.
  • Don't get a duck—or any other weird animal—to prove a point.
  • While it is feasible to raise a single duck, having at least one companion is highly suggested; ideally, you would have three or four ducks.
They need their mother for the first 50-60 days of their lives, and then they can exist on their own.
In about 50 and 60 days, ducklings are fully developed and able to fledge (learn to fly). When they reach a year of age, they enter the breeding stage.

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