Hey all, my wife and I are doing a little math on the cost of raising ducks and something isn't adding up. At 0.5lbs of feed a day for 18 weeks, raising a duck to full weight that is then worth about $15, feed needs to cost no more than $.23 a lb just to break even. A 50lb bag of feed around here costs $20 which is $.40/lb and whole grains cost $.50-$1.00 /lb. Now our ducks forage for most of their feed and we get a ton (actually about 3 tons) of produce from costco every week. So we're not really paying anything for our duck feed. But still those numbers just don't make any sense. How in the world do commercial growers afford to raise ducks buying `100% of there feed? Where can we go to buy whole grains for less than $.50/lb?