Ah, the Khaki Campbells. They are very cute. I love how they put their bills to the ground and make a cackling sound and kind of push their bills along. It is almost like they are pointing with their bills and are talking to their mates telling them a story about what they might be looking at. It really is quite an amazing site. Must be why they are called Khaki (cacky) get it? Campbells. LOL. I get a real kick out of these ducks. Either the Khakis or the Longnecks make a noise that I can hear all the way up to the house, my sister says that both species make this sound, but honestly, when I hear it, and believe me they are loud, I can even hear them long before sunrise, just like the roosters (we have a banty too). It kind of sounds like someone laughing at a really funny joke. Let me see if I can even come close. Wha, wha, wha, wha, wha, wha. Now that sounds strange probably, but that is the best that I can describe it, kind of reminds me of an old cartoon of a duck I used to watch as a young kid (I think). I will let you know if the Khaki goes broody. Wonder why they are lazy ducks. We had a beauty Muscovy hatch out 6 ducklings about 1 month ago. I was actually very surprised, I would have thought that they would brood during the later part of fall, but they did and the babies are enormous!!! Man do they grow fast. I have heard the muscovy is a great meat bird cause they are so DARN BIG AND ALMOST NO FAT. I did eat some last summer, and they really were good. I had tried to cook a duck about 20 years ago and there was so much fat that I could not eat it and threw the whole thing out. The dogs would not even eat this hideous fatty meat. It was awful, that is all I can remember, so when my sister wanted me to try the Muscovy meat, I was so reluctant, but I am so glad that she convinced me to give it a try, much like the dark meat on a turkey.