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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by kempfarm1982 View Post

If you have other roosters I would keep them separately from the rest.
I do that now,but its my male mallard duck that is always attacking the roosters when they try to mate with the hens
post #12 of 16
Well if your female ducks aren't laying right now take the male duck and pen him up. At least until you get a good fertile clutch from the hen or hens you trying get chick's from.
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by kempfarm1982 View Post

Well if your female ducks aren't laying right now take the male duck and pen him up. At least until you get a good fertile clutch from the hen or hens you trying get chick's from.
I dnt have any female ducks just the 1 male duck 2 roosters 9 hens
post #14 of 16
Well problem solved. Pen up the male duck and get ready for baby chicks.
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by kempfarm1982 View Post

Well problem solved. Pen up the male duck and get ready for baby chicks.
Ok thx
post #16 of 16
No problem
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