If you've got a feed or livestockI guess I'll just wait and see when their feathers come in. Hopefully they're species that get along with one another.
How do you plan to house the ducks? I'm looking for ideasYep just got 8 ducklings myself. I'm rearing them with a turkey and 6 chickens that hatched. They will follow the leader as usual turkeys or chickens do. But also they will venture onto there own like. All the chickens and turkeys(adults)I keep together but during the day when they're out they tend to flock together with their own.
I sure will!If you've got a feed or livestock
store/shop, swing in and show them the pictures. At least here in Oregon all the feed stores are selling chicks, (after all, we are the Oregon DUCKS!).
They might make the identities easier and offer some keeper tips for you. Just post any new found information in this thread for all of us.
can't or don't? I'm not trying to be funny but I. Havevseen ducks fly look like a domesticated duck what is the difference?
LOL. I trying to determine if their wings can be trimmed or if that is considered inhumane in the duck world. It is quite a point of contention in the parrot world. Either way, I won't need to do it since I'm going to fence in and cover the area they will be in. Plus, I don't think the kind I have can fly well.if you keep duck how do you keep them from flying away? Nails or something
I never realized that there were "wild" and there were "domesticated" ducks. But, from what I've learned so far...the ones you buy at feed stores and such are dependent on humans and would not survive in the wild.can't or don't? I'm not trying to be funny but I. Havevseen ducks fly look like a domesticated duck what is the difference?