I just hatched this weekend 3 calls and 7 cayugas. The calls and 1 cayuga are under a hen. And the 6 other cayugas are in my brooder. My question is how will I be able to get at least one or two of the ducks to bond to me and want to follow me around. I am not w/ them 24/7 as I do have a regular job. I don't plan on keeping them all. I plan on keeping all 3 calls and 3 maybe four of the cayugas. So w/ the ones I do keep should I just plan on doing some one on one time w/ a couple of them? I took the ones under the hen for a first swim the other day as it was over 100 degrees where I live. They of course were supervised the whole time and only enough water in the kiddie pool where the could swim but still touch. I noticed they all stuck together and didn't want to have anything to do w/ me. But when I took 2 out and put them in the carrier I carried them in the other 2 had a fit.
Any suggestions on the best way to get them to bond w/ me would be appreciated.
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