I've only been thinking about it in general terms, ever since I found out that Atwoods will have ducklings in the spring. I thought that while we are building the chicken coop we could make a small, movable structure (I'm thinking A frame style) to house maybe 4 ducks. While they are young, after they have moved out of a brooder and can be outside, I will allow them to roam in the fenced area where my chickens will be allowed to roam and give them access to fresh wading water with a kiddie pool. This is assuming that ducks and brahmas can get along? After they are a bit older I could move their house down to the smaller pond that is within sight of the house and lock them up in their pen at night there. As adults I could do the same, only at the larger pond. Think this would work? Atwoods is also going to have keets and goslings and some other poultry. I like the idea of getting some weeder geese instead of ducklings, but geese have always seemed a bit mean to me. I just want something to help the ponds look more "alive". Also hoping that the blue heron that's been visiting the smaller pond all winter will decide to get a mate and raise a family around the pond this spring. Edited to say: Opps, this belongs under Other Poultry. Sorry, I'm in my very tired but can't sleep mode. Mods, move it if appropriate please? Also, this is kinda the same question I had awhile back, just less general I guess. Now that I know I really can get some if I want.