I have separated our three drakes from our three hens because they are far too aggressive trying to mate with the hens. Have had a couple of close calls where I thought for sure the hen would be dead before I got to them to break them up. (All three drakes at once). So they are separated. The hens however are not happy with the arrangement, neither are the drakes (surprise, surprise!). A couple of the hens spend a good portion of the day at the fence squawking loudly at the drakes. Was considering putting one drake (maybe alternating a different drake each day) in with the hens during the day, but am concerned other drakes with attack him when put him back with drakes at night. Better to just leave them separate? Any opinions? Anyone tried limited 'conjugal visits' for ducks? Would they be happier or just more aggressive??? Hens are happier with one drake, but the drake seems to take a hit from the other drakes after being with the hens. I have only tried it for a short time, and with the drake that the two Khakis seem to bully anyway. Drakes would be back with drakes at night because they seem to get quite aggressive with the hens once they are locked in the hen house for the night even if it is just one drake.