Goat_Walker

I Am THE Crazy Duck Lady
11 Years
Jul 9, 2008
4,887
36
231
Maryland
Well I have 2 young drakes, and an 8 y/o drake, as well as 4 adult girls, 4 teenage girls and four teenage boys.



The two young drakes are such... ANIMALS! I mean they are in with three of my girls all day, but when i let everyone out to free range they both go straight for my buff ( who I keep with my old man and her ducklings)

They grip her wings and drag her down! Then just yesterday I was out and I was looking for good feathers ( i collect) and i found a flight fether from one of my babies - it had been RIPPED OUT so that the quill was in half. The feather still had a blue quill - fulll of blood vessels. It makes me SO MAD!



I just sat there and cried, why do these two boys have to be so MEAN!


Any one want two drakes? a Mallard and a Buffx Mallard. Im sure if there was something big ( goose, swan, dog) to chase them and keep them in shape they wouldnt be so bad.
 

Cetawin

Chicken Beader
11 Years
Mar 20, 2008
13,752
131
333
NW Kentucky
I would put their butts in quarantine or not let them out when the old man and his family are out....last option is a roasting pan.

Poor little thing having his.her feather pulled out like that.
 

rancher hicks

Crowing
11 Years
Feb 28, 2009
17,682
894
436
Syracuse, NY
Clearly there is some kind of competition going on. You simply have to deal with it, by making some changes. Maybe not the ones you want but changes just the same.
 

Goat_Walker

I Am THE Crazy Duck Lady
11 Years
Jul 9, 2008
4,887
36
231
Maryland
Ive tried locking them up, or placing them in a small pen alone or with their girls while the others are out. But it makes no difference. I dont want to eat them myself. So if someone on here or craigslist doesnt want them I am selling them at the next Santuck.

Of course Im getting another drake though
A nice one.
 

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