Several days ago I posted about how my ducks don't seem to be eating as much. So far, they seem healthy, are pooping ok so I've decided to let that go a bit. Lately however, I noticed that in the morning when I open up their coop to let them out, they sort of have turned their dry food (Flock Raiser crumble) into an oatmeal-y mush. Is this typical of how ducks deal with their food? They really haven't done this before. I suppose I should be thankful that at least they seem to be touching their food? Also, their feeding setup is as follows: They free-range for most of the day (or at least when someone is home). But of course with snow covered ground, there isn't much to forage anymore. They have Flock Raiser in their run so they can eat whenever they want, though they don't seem to eat it as much as the chickens. They have water available to them all day in gallon buckets. Then at night when I lock them up, I give them fresh water along with a bowl of food.