Here are my newest additions. Not the prettiest things in the world and they were in really bad conditions. They look good from afar but up close they need some more good conditioning. They are wild as heck, we had to use a net to catch them. They were in a very small pen in the back yard of a house, however when I got there they had moved them all to the front yard hoping that I would not see the back pen. Made it a point to look. The Pekins try to catch them but they are too slow. The chicken hen will attack any that get close to her so they stay away. The rooster does not care either way. The funny thing is that the chickens were released outside the pen to free range with their own water and feed but they still insist on being inside the pen with the ducks. They roost on top of the pallets at night and the hen will leave the duck pen during the day and the rooster paces back and forth close to the hen. The dummy can not figure out that he too can go over the fence. Don't know what mix of breeds the new ducks are but they have effectively doubled the size of the flock. I now have 10 Pekins and 10 Heinz 57 ducks. On a good note, I ended up with 7 eggs yesterday and 8 today.