Money money money!!!!!

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by percyj, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. percyj

    percyj Chillin' With My Peeps

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    So I was talking 2 my dad bout getting some ducks (as a kid in India he had 30 chickens as a 13 yr old) and he said sure but I have to pay for at least half their stuff. The geese eat waaaaay to much-they look better fat when they r babies! Anyway, I, being a poor, moneyless teen becuz her parents r cruel bout allowance, got the gr8 idea of using stuff around the house like: a tray for a mini ceramic pot for the feeder 4 the babyz, a cool shoebox feeder, the bottom of a hamster cage for a baby pool, a rubbermaid see through box 4 brooder, a plastic round tray for the bootom of pots that measures 8 in. And some little metal cake tins that are about the size of sugar cookies to hold grit and veggies! Oh and a bucket cut in half 4 the waterer. Any thots?
     
  2. treldib

    treldib Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Your "Switching Grit" thread had me under the impression you already have ducks. Anyways lol...ducks are a LOT of work and will end up costing you a couple hundred dollars overall (mostly for the pen/run/coop/aviary/whatever)...even for only 2 ducks.
     
  3. percyj

    percyj Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Nah just wanna b prepared, the ducks would live in a large playpen with 4-5 hours of supervised free range. That's what I do w/ my geese, anyways.
     
  4. treldib

    treldib Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:[​IMG] Sounds good
     
  5. percyj

    percyj Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thx!
     

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