When I decided to get ducks, besides the idea of those wonderful eggs, I thought they would 'earn their keep' in my veggie gardens. You know, all those slugs here in the PNW, etc. So I brought home four Khaki Campbell ducklings. Changed my life forever We made it through the in-house brooding time and they now live in their coop and (too small) pen, but they get to graze in the yards as much as possible. Then one day they discovered all the dandelions out in the driveway out to the street, so now they can only be out of pen if I can be out there with them. I have just assembled all the material to get the front fenced off so they will be safer, but now I see that they love, not only the dandelions, but also the lettuce, kale, etc. growing in my raised beds. There is more wonderful grazing in the back of the house, BUT I have about a dozen young blueberry bushes in full bloom so I have to keep them out of that side. My question is: will a two-foot tall fence be enough to keep them out of the places where they can be destructive? I have four-foot heavy plastic fencing for the front and had to buy a lot more than needed for that, so was thinking of cutting it in half to place around any of the places where they can be destructive. That way, I can easily step over the fence without the need of gates, etc. I've never been around ducks before, and I have now concluded that everyone should have ducks: they just make you smile!