We've got two Khaki Campbell drakes who love to mate with the ladies. They had gotten so bad that we decided a few months ago that we would create a drake pen just for them. The flock's run area is some chain link dog kennels with roofs so the drakes are separated from the girls by a chain link panel. We thought that way if they could see them, they may be okay. The problem though has been that they can't get mating off their mind and I don't think they're happy. Just in the last few weeks, they have started wearing down a path along the chain link where they run back and forth, trying to get to them. The girls like to tease them as well, which doesn't help. I read that the mating season runs from Feb to Sept. I had wondered what would happen if we put something more solid between them where they can't see them, but I worry they may die of a deeper depression. I've just got to do something else to make them happy. Does anyone have any suggestions on either how to calm down their urges where we can let them live with the girls again or to keep them happy being in their own enclosure? Aside from the over mating behavior, they are extremely good drakes and I would really love to let them stay with the girls. Thanks.