Hey everyone, I am a little confused about the protein requirements for ducklings. My 5 Welsh Harlequins,6 Khaki Campbells, and 2 Cayugas will be 3 weeks old tomorrow. I read in my Storey's Guide to Raising Ducks that ducklings up to two weeks should be fed 20% protein, then after two weeks they should be fed a 16-18% protein content. I have been feeding them a 20% Dumor Chick starter (non-medicated) crumble/mash. Recently, I went to the local feed store because I was running low on crumbles and was on the hunt for a lower protein as instructed. I spoke to the nice owner and he mentioned that ducklings can have the higher protein up to ten weeks...! I was very surprised by this but purchased the Home Fresh Blue Real Multi-Flock Chick N Game Starter/Grower Crumble that has a 22% protein. My question is is this too much protein at three weeks old? Should I purchase a 16-18% protein crumble instead? I don't want my feather babies to end up with Angel wing or some other horrible deformity due to excessive protein or rapid development. Any suggestions, advice, experience would be very much appreciated!