Hey all! I'm sure the answer I'm looking for is all over the forums, but it's so hard to find answers without getting sidetracked with all of the cute stories Anyway, I have two Pekin ducklings, a boy and a girl (Jasper and Daisy). They are only two weeks old right now, but I am rather curious about the eggs my female will lay in the future. I've heard that Pekins aren't the best at "mothering," does this mean she will rarely lay fertile eggs? Or does this just mean she won't sit on them (I'm VERY inexperienced with ducks, chickens, or really just anything that lays an egg -- these ducks are actually my first birdies ) ? If Daisy does lay fertile eggs, should I incubate them myself, or is this unnecessary/harmful/etc.? I would like the pair to have a baby or two together since it's unbelievably adorable, but is this a realistic possibility? Also, a little off-topic here, I'm a bit confused about feeding my ducks. Like I stated earlier, they are two weeks old. I am feeding them 18% protein non-medicated chick starter mash... is this alright? When should I change the feed to a lower protein option, and what type? I'm sorry for so many questions, and I promise I really did do TONS of research prior to getting my little "tweeters" as I call them, but there is just so much information to discover! Thanks in advance!