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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Mybackyardpeepers, Aug 15, 2019.
You are not asking too many questions love talking about our ducks and helping if I can.
Yes niacin has been being given B Complex. Ok looks like a friend is in her future!!! Yes I have had her swimming in the sink once a day since yesterday, she loves it (well of course she is a duck lol).
You really haven't told me or showed me your babies!
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Oh I have many more too lol You can go on my profile page and see all my birds.
Oh my gosh how adorable!!!! I'm thinking Moons leg issues is in her hips. They stick out pretty far, not completely sure it's normal but looks very odd. How many do you have all together? I'm assuming the yellowish ones are pekins like mine?
No Pekins , Fawn and white Runners and black Runners a blue and silver Runner. And Muscovy and Buffs. 18 waterfowl including 2 geese and 22 chickens of various breeds. How about you chickens I am thinking? It could very well be her hips. But the liquid b can help even if this is genetic which it maybe. May never cure but the liquid b is like gold for our waterfowl.
Awww sounds like a wonderful mix. Well I currently have 9 big girls (chickens) all under 6 months. 6 silkies under 2 months. My beautiful blind baby, and now I added to the chaos we just brought home a 2 ish week Kaki Campbell friend!!!! I am currently holding both now, uggh it wont stop crying and panicking. So back to questions, can I let the new baby duckling drink the B Complex all the time too?
Of course the new baby needs it too. Where did you get the new duckling?
You have a nice group too. Love those fresh from the nest eggs. I hope the little one settles in soon.
Drove over half hour to TSC she/he was the last one in a stock tank full of 3X it's size pekins. I just noticed this on one of it's foot is this normal?
I now have two lap ducklings, this is not how it was supposed to end up lmao.