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Ive had chickens and ducks before in the past but i am getting 2 ducklings next week, and last time i raised them they made such a mess in the shavings with water and food. Any suggestions for bedding besided shavings or any tips to keep it somewhat dryer?
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We made a little screen-frame thing and put it over a plastic container (think paint tray)... look up "the duck chronicles" on youtube... smile.png the guy chronicles his duck raising and shows how to make what i told you about big_smile.png
Truth is harder than a lie
The dark seems safer than the light
And everyone has a heart that loves to hide
I'm a mess and so are you
We've built walls nobody can get through
Yeah, it may be hard, but the best thing we could ever do, ever do
Bring your brokenness, and I'll bring mine
'Cause love can heal what hurt divides
And mercy's waiting on the other side.
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Truth is harder than a lie
The dark seems safer than the light
And everyone has a heart that loves to hide
I'm a mess and so are you
We've built walls nobody can get through
Yeah, it may be hard, but the best thing we could ever do, ever do
Bring your brokenness, and I'll bring mine
'Cause love can heal what hurt divides
And mercy's waiting on the other side.
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post #3 of 3
A milk jug with a couple of holes big enough for their heads at shoulder height works well. They have to be replaced as they grow, but they can get their beaks in there and dabble as much as they like without getting it everywhere. They obviously can swim or splash in it either. And they're cheap. I've also used a wooden square with hardware clothe on top. The drinker is placed on the wire and a good sized bowl is placed under. The bowl catches most of the water they splash out.

Good luck. They're messy little critters, but oh so cute!
Nikki
*C'mon, get flappy!*
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Nikki
*C'mon, get flappy!*
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