I currently have 4 hens of different breeds and 1 drake. I really, really do not want to deal with fertilized eggs so I am planning on selling my drake and keeping only the girls. I've heard that when people keep only hen (chickens) one of the girls will start to assume the role of the rooster--become more masculine, stop laying, etc. My question is, does this happen with ducks too? I really wouldn't mind too much if, say, my Pekin wanted to pretend to be a drake but if my Kahki Campbell did, I might get a little upset. If I have to keep my drake, I will, but I'll have to keep him seperate from the girls (that whole no ducklings thing...) He would be all alone by himself being constantly tormented by the girls on the other side of the fence. That doesn't really sound like a fun way to live. Does anyone have any experience with this or am I going to have to just try the good ol' hit and miss method?