Hello- We have some ducks and chickens living in peace. I am wondering, though, for optimal nutrition for the birds, how to feed them together. We have a long "chicken moat" run around a garden with a chicken coop on one end and a duck house on the other. They occasionally go back and forth, but they largely stay on their own ends of things and eat appropriately from their respective feeders containing respective food. HOWEVER-- two of the hens (who were picked on by the main flock) choose to stay near the ducks and eat the ducks food. One of them seems to have stopped laying as a result, although the other one continues. We use a local organic laying mash from a feed store for the chickens and a "water fowl/poultry" product from the same company for the ducks. They like each others food alright, but is the nutrition adequate for the chickens? They also eat plenty of bugs and a fair bit of fresh garden scraps we throw at them (bolted lettuce, herbs, etc) Thanks for any tips!