Alright, so I will be jumping in with both feet in the coming weeks and getting some Muscovy ducklings. I understand that they like insects and there are plenty of them around here (I live on the river next to a swamp) so I am looking forward to pest control, along with meat and eggs. However I need a bit of help as to what to feed them to get them to come in when called and during the winter months. I will not feed them grains as I have come to realize that this isn't food fit for humans, dogs, cats, ferrets, or cows and so it is probably safe to extend that to ducks too. In addition, I've developed an allergy to wheat since going off it and tiny amounts in the air can make me very sick. So my question is, does anyone else feed a grain free diet to their ducks? I'd like to get self sufficient with it if possible, maybe cultivate my own grubs and the like. Any help or insight is appreciated! Thanks!