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Discussion in 'Ducks' started by DenverDucky, Feb 6, 2013.
Just picturing it . . . maybe in the big jacuzzi . . .
Thats what I need Amiga, And the geese playing life guard. oh my goodness. Maybe by Tues the ice will have melted enough I can give them the cement mixing tub for a splash.
Ok! Figured out how to post a video
That is so cute. Thanks for sharing.
Well..... this is a kinda touchy question....My big boy, Izzy.... well....how do I put this? ......his umm.... well his organ....won't go back in. It usually twists its way out when he mounts one of the girls.... then goes back in. Now however....well its just swinging around ... I don't know if its a problem or not.
Been about 5 minutes now... now action with the girls.... just swinging in the breeze.
I meant no action. Not now action
It can be a serious problem if left and not treated, first you need to remove him away from the ducks, he should not mate while this is going on, put him into a warm bath and let him soak for a while, then when you take him out slather on some kind of ointment triple antibiotic, ad, Vaseline, and try to push it back in, if it won't go back in then continue to try to keep it moist with something on it to keep it from drying out and dying dead can mean infection. here is a link that may help explain it better than I can. https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/381872/phallus-prostration-male-prolapse-help
Miss Lydia has good advice, here. His phallus may go back in on its own. A lukewarm bath deep enough to float in may help him work it back in. This has been happening a bit here and there based on what I have read on the forum. The most important thing is to keep him in a clean environment and help him retract it.
Oh, those drakes . . .
Sorry to hear about the drake. I hope he gets better.
Well, I have been having the strangest experience with my female Jumbo Pekin, Abbey-Beak. Strange, awkward, and funny. For the past week, when I go out in the morning to spend time with her and her "mate", Bo Khan, as soon as I approach her, Abbey-Beak gets down into the mating position as she looks up at me and squeaks in her little duck sounds. Lol!!! She has been rejecting the male's advances toward her constantly since he began making attempts at her weeks ago, as he has not successfully mounted her one single time that I have witnessed, and she seems to prefer a female human! Hahahahaha! So I just go over to her and laugh as I pet her while she lays there with her back flattened and body elongated. She jumps up within a second or two. Strange! Anybody ever heard of such behavior from a duck? Ever experienced it? I sure would like to hear!