I have two baby muscovy ducks, less than two weeks old. Right now, they are in a small cage on my front porch. It is warm, and they are safe and happy. But they will grow their feathers, and grow out of that cage, and I have a huge vegetable garden that I can't let them roam freely in. So I was thinking about taking one of those large, wire, portable dog cages, cutting most of the wire bottom out of it so that they would be able to be on top of the soil, putting two wheels on one side and wooden handles on the other -- essentially turning the cage into a mobile duck "tractor." Sort of the way you do with chicken tractors. Only I would call it my QuackMobile. That way, I could move them each day, and they could feast on the insects of the garden without being able to wreck the garden. I can give them a plywood "roof" that is larger than their cage in order to provide them with a sunshade in this harsh summer sun, and if it gets too cold or too stormy for them to remain safe in the winter then I can temporarily move the QuackMobile to a safer location near our house. I can even provide them with hay bale wind blockers if the weather is bad enough. Any reason why this would not work? What is the best way to give them water and supplemental food in such an arrangement? Also, I was thinking about getting them a kiddie pool, and removing them from their cage to play in the pool in the afternoon for about a half hour, when my wife and/or I have time to supervise their play. Anything else I need to know before I try this? Please keep in mind, I've never owned a duck before. Only chickens. So I really don't know what to expect.