Can you use pdz in duckling brooder?

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Soon2BChixMom, Mar 27, 2018.

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  1. Soon2BChixMom

    Soon2BChixMom Herding ducks and Wrangling chickens

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    The brooder isn't that dirty, but wondering if pdz would help with any ducky smells.
    Or should it not be used with duckkings? Thanks!
     
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  2. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life

    I'd read up on it, I have used PDZ but not with ducklings. it's pretty dusty if I remember.
     
  3. Soon2BChixMom

    Soon2BChixMom Herding ducks and Wrangling chickens

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    Ok. I am probably not going to use it. Was a little worried yesterday when I stepped in and there was a smell, but once I did some spot maintenance- it was ok. Just worried my husband might think they are stinking up his building. ;)
     
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    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    The answer is actually NO...Don't use it. Same as DE you shouldn't use that either..:frow
     
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    Soon2BChixMom Herding ducks and Wrangling chickens

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    I was afraid they might eat it. ;)
     
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  6. Miss Lydia

    Miss Lydia Loving this country life

    You can use water with some essential oils in it, I use Oxine ah with water and add some essential oils lemon, orange oil and lavender are some I have used.
     
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    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    I'm simple and the easiest is those Vanilla car fresheners and they keep the fies away too....
     
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