Just a quick question: I was picking up chick feed at Tractor Supply today, and I HAD to stop and say hi to their chicks and ducks. (Luckily resisted buying some!) The ducks they had were Mallards- I guessed based on their looks, and an employee confirmed my guess. But I believed mallards are considered migratory fowl, and if so, shouldn't buyers receive paperwork of some sort saying that they had purchased hatchery-bred birds? Or is it because they are hatchery-bred that there is no certification? Please correct me if I'm mistaken, but I was just curious. Usually, the TSC near me just has pekins, so I was surprised to see tiny little black-and-white chipmunk birds instead of larger cuddly yellow pekins. Thanks for your replies!