Hi all! I have a small backyard farm flock of 8 ducks and 2 geese here in the MidAtlantic, where we're starting to prepare for a cold, wet winter after an unseasonably cold, wet summer. The Waterfowl Crew are as much pets as anything. They devour 4 quarts of waterfowl pellets every morning for breakfast, and are then let loose to play in their pond in our 1/4 acre hobby orchard for the rest of the day. They're quite happy, quite fat, and quite entertaining! Winter IS coming, though, and the bugs and grass will die down. Of course we'll continue to provide pellets, but are looking at some ways to provide some greens when the grass dies down soon. We have horses, and feed alfalfa hay year round. We've heard the geese might enjoy a flake of alfalfa regularly-- would the ducks, as well, or should we be looking for something else for winter greens for them? Thanks in advance for any ideas!