|A group of Bali ducks.|
|Egg Production||120-250 per year|
|Weight|| Drakes 5.0 lbs|
Ducks 4.5 lbs
The Bali is one of the oldest domestic breeds, dating back thousands of years. In North America and Europe, it is also known as the Balinese Crested or Crested Runner.
Balis are identical to Indian Runners in body and characteristics- the only difference the former having a stockier body, broader shoulders, and a crested head. Standing at attention, body carriage is 60-75 degrees above horizontal. 
- White (main variety)
- Brownish shades
- "Mallard" pattern
Sources and referencesEdit
- ↑ Storey's Guide to Raising Ducks pg. 35, "Description"