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TiaNicole

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Finally upgraded their brooder thanks to some helpful advice! Let’s hope their brooder stays a little more dry! This was their first time in the new brooder after a fun swim! Before and after pictures attached!
 

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Isaac 0

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Looks good, cleaning should still be a daily though if not a morning and evening task, ducks are very messy. The first picture is a very good example of how you don't want to keep their brooder.
 

TiaNicole

In the Brooder
May 18, 2020
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Looks good, cleaning should still be a daily though if not a morning and evening task, ducks are very messy. The first picture is a very good example of how you don't want to keep their brooder.
That’s how it looked every morning and Everytime I would get home from work! It would never be dry! This was their first night in their new brooder and thankfully everything is dry! Just some small cleaning to do this morning!
 

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Finally upgraded their brooder thanks to some helpful advice! Let’s hope their brooder stays more dry! This was their first time in the new brooder after a fun swim! Before and after pictures attached!
Looks a lot better. Why not give them a homemade waterer though much easier for
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them to clean their nares out.
 

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