So, I posted earlier this week about my drake trying to mate with chickens,and after much thought and searching I found someone with a beautiful muscovy female to keep my drake company. However now I seem to have a problem intergrating her with my two leghorn hens. The first day I kept them inside the coop so the ducks could get to know each other, that went ok, but when I let the girls out the next day they attacked the new duck and the drake still tried to mate with the chickens! I seperated them again and when I tried again this morning, she was attacked again!! They are going after her eyes and have caused her to bleed, luckily I was observing and was able to seperate before she was seriously injured. So, do I keep trying to intergrate or get rid of someone. If I have no choice I will give up chickens because I've completely fallen in love with the muscovy. She is gentle, sweet, and sooo friendly, whereas the chickens are fun to be around and watch but I've never been able to handle them like I can already handle her. Also, if I get rid of hens, I will get two new baby chicks in trade so I'll have eggs again by August. But will I have problems intergrating new chicks with ducks? I don't want to go through the same thing again, and I don't have the means to house them seperately. Sorry about all the questions, and if there is another post about this stuff I really couldn't find one in my search, but right now I seem to be going round in circles with the same problem and I don't want to continue making matters worse.