Two topics: I baked my first batch of chocolate chip cookies last night using our duck eggs. They are positively yummy! And it is the same old recipe I have always used. They are a bit more chewy, but much more moist. I used 1 duck egg to replace 1 chicken egg as our eggs are about the same size as extra large chicken egg. Hubby even commented how good they were! I recently changed from Flock Raiser crumbles to Flock Raiser pellets. I have noticed the ducks appear to be leaving a lot of the food untouched, so I have been watching to try to determine why. Absent any sources of moisture (except for the occasion where a duck sits on the feed bowl), it appears the pellets are absorbing moisture while sitting there. We are in Seattle area so the air is quite damp *understatement*. They become all gluey and breakdown. Anyone had this experience with pelleted food? They initially looked fine in the bowl, but when I touched them they are damp and immediate break out of their original form. This seems to just have started when our weather took a turn towards being significantly colder/damper.