Hey all, I'm starting to notice a trend for my pet duck Sunny. She's a VERY picky eater. I offered her a big bowl of duckweed for her as a treat this morning before I fed her, and she denied it. She took one big gulp, and threw it all up. I was almost positive she would love the stuff, but oh well. So far, she only eats her chicken layer mixed with a little bit of cracked corn. And iceberg lettuce. I've tried everything else, almost every single vegatable I could find at publix. But after one bite, she ALWAYS throws it up. She'll eat just a tiny bit of rice...but thats all. I've tried peas, watermelon, tomatoes, seed sproutlings...but no luck. I really want to give her a little variety in her diet, and the only other food she will eat besides her feed is insects and fish. I don't like feeding her fish, mostly because it makes her poop smell 10 times worst than mine....lol. She's always loved insects. So I was wondering about breeding roaches, mealworms, and superworms to feed her. I'm kind of questioning the roaches, mostly because I've bred them before. I illegaly ordered exotic roaches over to FL, which is well....illegal. I had them for 2 years to feed my reptiles and a raccoon ended up tipping the box over. And to this day I swear I've found at least 5 of the same roaches around my area....don't be surprised if a new species of roach appears in florida...lol. Anyways, and mealworms good for ducks? I was thinking of giving Sunny a bowl of them once a week. But can adult ducks develop angel wing? How much is too much?