Thanks for the advice so far,
As mentioned in my previous post though having the ducklings was a total accident I trusted what the breeder told me (My Male was too old to fertilise the eggs so no chance of ducklings)
Obviously when I found eggs pipping out I wasn't going to just let them die that would be so cruel.
If I end up having to rehome any they will be re homed with a lovely gentlemen who is now 85 and has had ducks for 70 years. This man is the man I originally got my Pair from 10 years ago and still have the male going strong now.
He has Call ducks, Runners, Mscovies, Chickens you name it he's got them. and lucky for him he has no neighbours.
Even when I got 2 females after my original female died, I had these 2 for a year before the ducklings came along they quacked a little but never like the one female is quacking now and there was never alpha female between them. I am saying this because the female I have quacking now is one of the two that I bought when my original female died not one of the ducklings that was born this year.
The Female that is doing all the quacking is one of the mother ducks. The other 6 Females are quiet 90% of the day.
Just out of curiosity why should I only give a handful of mealworms every now and then rather than everyday?
Again Thank you to everyone for advice and suggestions so far.
Lauren from UK