To try to raise ducklings over the winter in South Dakota? I had originally intended to have a chicken coop ready for spring chicks. And then I joined BYC. And started reading about ducks. And thinking I'd like to have some. And then I saw that at least one hatchery has them available through October. And now I'm thinking it might be smart to not get chicks and ducklings at the same time as a new poultry keeper. I could have the coop finished by fall (with electricity), and I do have a cinder block and concrete bathroom with radiant heat in the floor, a floor drain, and an exhaust fan. So I could theoretically brood them indoors if the weather got nasty while they were still small. It doesn't typically get below zero here until into January of February. So would it be nuts, or a good way to get a jump on egg-laying?