The Muscovy duck, also known as the Mexican real duck, Barbaria duck, or Creole duck, is a breed of tropical duck in Central America where it ranges from Mexico to central Argentina and Uruguay. It is used mainly for the production of meat because it has less abdominal fat and great muscle development. This characteristic makes it highly sought after by poultry farmers dedicated to the duck trade.
Its scientific name is "Cairina moschata" and it is called Bragado because it has a different tone in the lower part compared to the rest of its body. They are usually dark in color mixed with areas of white feathers. If you want to know more about the history, characteristics, and reproduction of the Muscovy duck, continue reading this article.
Origin and History
Since pre-Columbian times, ...