A predator of some kind dragged off and ate our Pekin drake this a.m. We thought we had their house secure, but apparently not. We just have a Pekin hen left, and she's desperately lonely. We've got her in the house right now, in the bathtub, but if we're not in there with her, she just does this long sad quack, over and over. I am looking at making a duckie diaper for her and make her a house duckie, but I'm sure she'd love being outside with some company more. When we have her outside right now, she just sits in front of the living room window looking at us and quacking. We would love to find another duck or ducks to keep her company, any kind, any age, hopefully free or very cheap. We are near Georgetown and could drive an hour or maybe a bit more to pick them up. I don't know if geese would be good company for her, but we also want some geese, so if you have geese, any kind, any age, available, let me know. We raised these sweet ducks from a day old, and the one dragged off today was my favorite, Splash. We named him Splash because he was always falling in the water, the food, anything and everything there was to fall into, he was there! So cute. Thanks for any help you can give. We really don't want to get as many ducklings as the hatcheries minimum orders are right now, and our feed stores don't have anything right now, either. I don't have an incubator right now and I don't think our poor Splish wants to wait long enough for company for us to hatch some friends for her.