welcome to the thread!
I'm afraid I can't be of help, I'm not a duck person. Sorry. You may have to get from over seas, many will post from over seas.
Do you just keep ducks?
Don't know how you notice these things! I didn't know I was even approaching 1000 posts, but of course I saw it once you pointed it out.
Well the ride was today and I'm absolutely shattered, but sadly I didn't do it on MeMe as she went lame Sat and it's looking like an abscess. I'm hoping the farrier will find time to pop in tomorrow because she is pretty sore. Thankfully it's a hind hoof so she can at least rest it up. Ian very kindly loaned me Archie who carried me over every jump I pointed him at and we even did a double which took a bit of bottle when they are solid fences!! There will be photos on DLT photography later today or tomorrow. Will try to post a link later if they are not too embarrassing!
Spent all day yesterday building and dressing the jumps and when I got home, someone's dog had had been in my garden and had one of my chickens. I followed the trail of feathers down the lane and into the playing field at the end near the river but couldn't find the bird. A fox would have taken it into cover and the lane and playing field are a regular with dog walkers, so I'm pretty sure it was a dog. I've had to keep them in all day today with me being out and they are not happy!
Good to hear you have a home for those cockerels although I can't imagine what someone would want with them if not to eat them. Frances was a little better yesterday so maybe the yoghurt is starting to have an effect. I always put a drop of ACV in their water although they do have access to other water/muddy puddles etc when they free range. Frances has a little yoghurt pot of water in the corner of her nest with it in.... I'm a big fan of ACV and I'm using quite a lot of rainwater instead of tap water these days which I think is beneficial.
Hatch date is looming for my pekins and one of the hens that laid them has just gone broody now, but I'm thinking of giving her some of my pure welsummer eggs as they have slightly thin shells, so a Pekin might be a better option to incubate them than a large fowl broody. I'm also thinking of setting some of the light sussex eggs as I'm hoping they will produce sex links with the males being reasonably chunky like your black tails.
I'm not a competitive person so the show would not be my thing either. My horses have embarrassed me on both occasions I have taken then to one, but I find it hard to believe that your Harry would be anything other than a gentleman. I hope you have managed to get out on him this afternoon when the weather was brighter although perhaps you have had fine weather all day.
Wishing you well for tomorrow. Let me know how it goes.
Hi and welcome from me too although I'm afraid I can't help either regarding your query but would suggest Amazon, as it seems you can buy anything on there!
What breed of ducks do you have? I assume they are house ducks if you are wanting nappies for them? Or do you live in and urban area and want to walk them like a dog. I always think that must be such a risk when there are so many dogs out there, even dogs on leads can pull away from owners when they see something worth going for and I imagine a duck on a lead waddling along would be enough to tempt quite a few dogs!
Good luck anyway.