The Germanata Veneta duck is a breed that originated in the Veneto region of northern Italy. They are known for their rustic nature and are often used to produce fat livers for pâté by crossbreeding with the Barberia duck.
The female Germanata Veneta duck has a lower egg production rate compared to other breeds such as the brown Tsaiya and Pekin ducks, producing only 100 to 120 eggs per year. The eggs produced by the breed are white, with a weight of approximately 70 grams. They reach sexual maturity between 6 to 8 months of age.