Hi, Some of you may remember me from about a year ago asking tons of questions. I decided then not to get ducks yet, but this coming year I really plan to get them finally. And @Kkrista123 I think I may have finally decided with welsh harlequins, but I might change my mind, who knows. I'm planning on having 4 female Welsh Harlequins. You can have an all female flock right? Do I have to tell them to go in their house at night? Can I train them to go in at night? How do I do that? Or do they just go in on their own? They won't be free ranging. What do you all use for feed and water dishes for them as adults that might keep their water cleaner too? I will probably have kiddie pools too. What is the diet for the adults? At any age do they need wet or dry food? Can they eat dry food consistently? I mean they will have access to grass and such and I will give them treats too. What treats do you all give your ducks? I want to give the adult females organic layer duck food; any recommendations? During the winter am I supposed to switch to a different organic duck non-laying food? And organic duckling feed, any recommendations there? I know they need 20% protein at the very least. What treats can you give the ducklings? I'm willing to order the feed if I need to. I'm planning on buying the Rugged Ranch walk-in pen, adding the extension for it and possibly chicken wire if needed, and wheels, it has a roof too, then on the inside I will have a kiddie-pool in one corner, food and drinking water along the side wall, then on the back wall 2 of those dog house barns, and electric fencing around all of it. I want them to be super safe and content. They will stay in the Rugged Ranch walk-in pen most of the time, I will move them very often depending on what they need, that's why I'm buying the wheels. And throughout the year there will be straw in the dog houses. Here's the links for everything I have figured out if anyone else likes these ideas: https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/rugged-ranch-walk-in-pen?cm_vc=IOPDP1 https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/ranch-walk-in-pen-extension-kit?cm_vc=IOPDP1 https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/rugged-ranch-canvas-top-for-walk-in-pen?cm_vc=IOPDP1 https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/overez-chicken-run-wheels?cm_vc=IOPDP2 https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/product/aspen-pet-petbarn-3-large?cm_vc=-10005 We already have electric fencing but I will include the link anyway. https://www.premier1supplies.com/p/...-3-electric-netting?cat_id=53&species_id=6 What are all of your favorite magazine's for duck info? What hatcheries have you all had success with? Which ones you didn't have a good experience with? Thank you all in advance!! Also not sure if this matters a whole bunch, but I plan to eat and sell duck eggs, that's part of the reason I'm looking into the organic food, the other part is I just want them to live long happy lives. I won't be doing any artificial lighting to make them lay sooner or lay longer. If people want eggs during the winter they'll just have to wait till spring.