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my mallard

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hi I'm here again my question is I have a couple of ducks I think that they're mallards the hen is laying eggs but she doesn't go broody she already had laid 60 eggs and is not broody ??? Do I need to leave eggs in the nest because I storage them please help me they're my first ducks I don't know what to do

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A mallard wouldn't lay 60 eggs, they are seasonal layers. 

 

Leave a few eggs in the nest and over time she might begin to go broody. 

A breeder of mallards(grey and black), Call ducks (2015 FINALLY!!!), (I also have a seabright and a bantam cochin)
I do not support the 4-h system
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A breeder of mallards(grey and black), Call ducks (2015 FINALLY!!!), (I also have a seabright and a bantam cochin)
I do not support the 4-h system
Jesus is the king rejoice!
NPIP certified
Reply
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i think they're mallards 

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Originally Posted by buff goose guy View Post
 

A mallard wouldn't lay 60 eggs, they are seasonal layers. 

 

Leave a few eggs in the nest and over time she might begin to go broody. 

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I do not have a facebook and when i look on the page i see no ducks on there i just see chickens and a rabbit. 


Edited by buff goose guy - 5/10/16 at 5:52pm
A breeder of mallards(grey and black), Call ducks (2015 FINALLY!!!), (I also have a seabright and a bantam cochin)
I do not support the 4-h system
Jesus is the king rejoice!
NPIP certified
Reply
A breeder of mallards(grey and black), Call ducks (2015 FINALLY!!!), (I also have a seabright and a bantam cochin)
I do not support the 4-h system
Jesus is the king rejoice!
NPIP certified
Reply
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