Pictures of my babies :)

Bleenie

Wyan-DO's
10 Years
Jul 14, 2009
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I recently had to rehome my Pilgrim goslings due to non-stop nearly canabalistic chewing on the poor duckies tails/butts.
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They were in pretty terrible shape but are recovering much faster than i expected, a few still have very funny-looking butts though.

this is my sweet little 'stumpy butt"... she was the worst off of all of them, the goslings had chewed her whole tail off and left a bloody nub, needless to say, she was babied... A LOT. She's a keeper
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The sweet little bitty babies
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Their new brooding area in the new chicken coop... the chickens will have to wait their turn
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Chuck Duck checking everything out, except the babies, lol.
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Chuck & Zoli
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Like I could leave out sweet little Hodgins!!! the most adorable little baby in the brooder. She(
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duckyfromoz

Quackaholic
10 Years
Jan 11, 2010
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So sorry about the pilgrims not behaving. I had 4 goslings last year in with a group of ducks and had the same problem- but with the two single goslings I have raised since then I havent had a problem. Hodgins is a real cutie. " Stumpy Butt" looks like she still needs plenty of cuddles though
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She is gorgeous.
 

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