DD has had a small flock of 6-8 bantam hens for the past year and a half in this great chicken tractor built by my dad: I also have this one, adapted from a dog house (we've extended the pen so it's now twice the size): We're getting ready to put the second one on wheels so I can move it more easily, which means there will be a ramp up to the house, which will be about 12" off the ground. DD's banty hens have been very happy in a tractor. Now DS is starting 4-H and wants bantam ducks (Calls or Black East Indies). I was thinking of using one of these 2 tractors to house 3-4 bantam ducks, adding a water pan of course for splashing fun. Would ducks be happy in a tractor? And would the ramps pose a problem for them? My main reason for wanting to keep them in a tractor is to protect them from hawks. We intend to start free-ranging poultry soon inside a electric-fence-surrounded field to keep out foxes, dogs, etc., but bantam ducks seem like perfect hawk bait and DS is a sensitive kid, so I figured I'd better keep them safe. I do like the portability of a tractor, especially given how messy ducks are, but I haven't heard much about keeping ducks in one. Is it possible?