Very loud and continual quacking

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by Mudbillkisses, Jul 18, 2018.

  1. chickens really

    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    Then enjoy her ways. She is chatty.
     
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    Mudbillkisses Chirping

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    Right. Means they're getting along decently enough then
     
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  3. Soon2BChixMom

    Soon2BChixMom Herding ducks and Wrangling chickens

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    Lol. I guess you got me there. :lau
     
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    Mudbillkisses Chirping

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    This isn't chatty. I've had "chatty" ducks. But thanks for the help
     
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  5. chickens really

    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    Hens breed other Hens even if you have a Drake. Sexual Birds. My Hens breed each other plus get bred from my Drake.
     
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    Mudbillkisses Chirping

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    Lol I'm not sure how to get my Emojis to show up
     
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    Mudbillkisses Chirping

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    Right, I know. I was just answering the question about how they interact. Seems normal enough was my point. At times they get along well, and at times they seem distant like maybe their difference in breed matters. Definitely the least bonded of any pair I've had. But I think they get along decently.
     
  8. chickens really

    chickens really Crazy Call Duck Momma

    Yep you already know the answer to your question. Two different species so they don't communicate. She needs more of her kind to be happy..:frow
     
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    Mudbillkisses Chirping

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    Maybe. I was interested in hearing about how feeding and our presence may make a difference since those seem to be triggering variables. Since others have commented constructively on that. I know where you stand though. Thanks for contributing.
     
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    Mudbillkisses Chirping

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    That's interesting! I think you're right... They get along because they have to and do ok. I don't think the issue is entirely due to difference in communication but I had never considered that before so I'm glad to have gotten that feedback here. Do you leave food out for your ducks all day?
     
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