flockman

Songster
9 Years
Nov 6, 2010
1,185
55
163
Northern Indiana
Please tell me that duck math is not like chicken math.
I don't know that we can have that many animals. We have really been won over by the ducks and especially the geese in the last six weeks.
 

hdowden

Crowing
8 Years
Aug 14, 2011
11,642
275
331
louisiana
lol there really is no cure expect when you go broke which i hope never happens cause i dont think i could ever get rid of my babies
 

Going Quackers

Crowing
9 Years
May 24, 2011
7,820
922
361
On, Canada
I have no idea how it compares.. I don't have chickens yet.. they come by the middle of the month .. I have only started to increase my flock more this year.. and that has been through my own breeding which hasn't yielded the best results... truthfully, i have the same amount of birds i had last year.
I was also going to add a pair of birds of a different breed and that fell through too.. so for me, no duck math does not exist..
 

Apyl

Songster
8 Years
Feb 5, 2012
1,400
46
191
Necedah, Wi
lol Yes its true, they are one in the same. We started out with 2 Pekins, then DD decided to switch her dairy goat project to ducks for 4-H so we got 2 more so she would have a pair, then DH started liking DDs Mallards so sent me out for 5 more! lol Then I decided I wanted Rouens and got some eggs to hatch, well that didnt work out. I ended up with 1 jumbo pekin/rouen mix being the only one to hatch. Now she is lonely and I want to find another duck around her age lol.
 

Blondiega1

Songster
9 Years
Nov 5, 2010
549
16
141
Dallas, Ga.
Yep.
Like potato chips.
Can't have just one.
I started with 1 and ended up with 6!!
People still contact me to take in more, but this flock is CLOSED!! LOL
 

Kevin565

Crowing
Premium Feather Member
10 Years
Dec 22, 2009
43,519
600
486
Never had Chickens but Ducks? That's some hard math
 

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