I would imagine ducks need at least 16 hours of daylight to keep them laying, just like chickens. Get a light bulb, then you will get watts and watts of eggs.
Edited by LovesAGoodYolk - 2/6/16 at 6:45pm
Can you tell by looking who is missing feathers? someone maybe getting picked on. You might want to split your duck house and have drakes on one side and ducks on the other. My females get to have their nights with out the drake to hassle them.
My drake has his own stall I'll get you measurements. At one time I had more than one drake so when we built our ducks house we had to go with stalls to keep the drakes from fighting and keeping everyone stressed out it has worked out great. At one time some of my females shared a stall but I have lost 4 to old age in the last couple of years so now each of my females has their own bedroom[ that is what I call the stalls]
@Cred My one largest stall is 38X30 smaller are 35X30 I have pics if you'd like to see.
It's not pretty but very functional and can be used for brooding and nursery too.
Actually it does look better I painted the front of the stalls.
sorry they are so big can't figure out how to make them smaller. from my profile