I was out of town today visiting my dad. His tomatoes did great this year (unlike mine) and he gave me a flat of tomatoes that split, etc. to give to the chickens and ducks. So I fed a few of them to the ducks and a bunch to my large flock of chickens. Then, I left 6-8 tomatoes in the flat 10 foot from the door of the ducks (open door, as the guineas share their enclosed run and they were free ranging). I was going to throw those in the pen before I left for work tomorrow. I came in the house to can some peppers and when I came out the ducks had finally come out of their pen. I was so excited and they were too gobbling up grass and yard goodies. I have bribed them with peas and food and they would never leave the pen in the past (just this summer). So we got them back in the pen, AFTER the guineas were already roosted for the night. As I look down at the tomato flat after I locked the door, it looked like a massacre in the box. Evidently the tomatoes were the draw the ducks needed to get them out the door! Bad, silly, full of tomato ducks!