The local SPCA's have found a crazy lady in the woods who had over 100 ducks of various breeds. They seized them and now need to find homes for them. Some of them are in pretty rough shape because of the lack of care. Most are missing feathers, some show broken limbs that have long healed, that caused them to be lame, but still mostly functional. All were very small and skinny. When I saw them, many seemed to be doing ok considering, and some were obviously laying. The SPCA is doing their best, but are overwhelmed and unsure what the future of the animals will be. I think I can fit two more girls in my flock without issue, but I am concerned with and diseases the new ducks might bring. How much of an issue is this? I don't really have the space to do a quarantine. I was looking to add some ducks to my flock anyway and its a good opportunity to help some poor ducks out, but I don't want to risk the ones I have.