OK, we have muscovies hatching in about a week. We live in town, and these will be backyard birds. We do not want nor can we have them fly. They need to stay put in the confines of our privacy fenced backyard. Pinioning seems the way to go, since I don't want the hassle of clipping wings. I know it should be done the first week after hatching. Any tips on what day to do it, should I wait a couple of days after hatch? Do I cut right at the joint or above it or below it? After cutting I just dip the cut end in quick stop? Should I give antibiotics in the water or just let them heal naturally? I just want to make sure I do this right and not totally hurt or kill them. Thanks for the help.