Hello there! I'm a new duck owner so please forgive me if this is an obvious question. I searched previous posts but am trying to find out how to determine if my ducks are a healthy weight. Both of my ducks, a Pekin and a Pekin-Crested, were rescued from less than ideal conditions a few weeks ago. The Pekin-Crested, in particular, was malnourished and quite thin. I was told you could tell by the breast if a duck is underweight. His chest doesn't dip in so much so now that he is in a clean living space and eating well but I can still see a bit of an indentation there. The female has always been healthier and I never considered her underweight, in fact, I worry about the opposite! But today, I snapped a photo and noticed she too has a faint indentation there. Perhaps this is completely normal? Any tips on how to determine if they are a healthy weight? They are fed Mazuri Waterfowl pellets. Based on the table in Storey's Guide to Raising Ducks, I've been feeding them a total of 1lb (half a pound each) divided into two feedings. Though, I can't be sure if they're equally splitting the food, of course. You might be able to see the indentation I'm talking about in this photo. Noteworthy - this is not visible from a front view. THANKS for any advice!!