Ducks- Muscovies in White, Black, Chocolate, Blue, Silver, Lavender & Cream--all in solids, pied and ripples. I have solid headed ones and some with the white head (Canizie) gene.
Here is a link to a site with a color definitions and pictures: http://www.muscovy.us/
Muscovy ducks can lay up to 195 eggs a year over a 40-week season. They'll nest three or four times during the season, hatching up to 20 ducklings a time. The drakes are much bigger than the ducks. A full-grown drake weighs about 15 pounds, and a duck up to 9-10 pounds. The eggs hatch after 35 days, the birds reach full size in 120 days. They're personable and intelligent, great to have around, and they're quiet: they don't quack, the ducks chirp softly and the drakes hiss, and only when they have to. Calm birds. And though they fly, they fly around, not away.(taken from http://journeytoforever.org/farm_poultry.html)
Duck eggs for eating are available seasonally for $4.00 per dozen
Hatching eggs are available seasonally for 20$ per dozen...these are stored unwashed in a climate controlled environment and will be no more than a week old. They are turned 3 times a day.
Ducklings are available seasonally as well for $5 each up to two weeks old, $8 each from 2 weeks to 2 months and $12 each from 2-4 months. Adults are available occasionally for $20 each.