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Tell me about your ducks! Inside/outside advice

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by ILoveDucks1991, Feb 9, 2016.

  1. ILoveDucks1991

    ILoveDucks1991 New Egg

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    Hi all! I am going to be getting 2 ducklings in March and I am SOOO excited. I would love to see some duck pictures and stories about your ducks. I would love to hear about indoor and outdoor ducks and I would love some great advice one them.

    I have a great little house for them to stay outside when they are old enough, it also has quite a bit of room for them to run around outside while staying completely safe from predators. But I would love to see your ducks and I would love to hear from those of you that eat your duck eggs.

    I am hoping to get a white layer and 1 other breed!

    Lets see those duckies!!
     
  2. Kroelies

    Kroelies Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Oh my gosh you will be a duck parent soon, congratulations! :weee

    I had mallard ducklings last year, I hatched them in an incubator. 6 siblings and little Junior was born 1.5 weeks later. They grew up way too fast and before I knew they wanted to be free. So they live in the ditch behind my house (there are barely any predators for ducks here). I can't really help you with your questions but I do have some pictures!

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    Okay that's a lot of pictures. Hope you don't mind!
     
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  3. Amiga

    Amiga Overrun with Runners Premium Member

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    Have you seen the Indoor Ducks thread?

    The Sticky on Raising Ducklings?

    We have had some really good threads you'd be interested in.
     

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