Recently I had 5 of my 6 ducks processed. Couldn't catch that last one no matter how I tried. Since Mr. Quackers managed to avoid the trip to freezer heaven (for now), I'm wondering how he will adapt to the single life. He's a Khaki Cambell, 14 weeks and sexually mature, stays in a 1/4 acre fenced pasture with chickens who tolerate him. He could easily fly out but prefers to stay where he is. Any thoughts? I do have a large area with 4 turkeys he could stay in but I would have to build him a coop; not really wanting to do that. And NO WAY am I getting any more ducks. Thanks.