I own 5 ducks, they're such trouble makers but a joy to have. I want to grow the duck community as I have always had experience with ducks, though i'm still learning on chickens.
View attachment 31244 Ducks love water, it isn't a need but it is preferred to have just something as simple as a kiddie pool for them to swim in.
Their are multiple breeds of ducks, the types I own are mallards, pekins, and muscovies, each of with are very common breeds.
The pekin duck is normally used for meat which is why they're so big, they're domestic ducks so they can't fly. With pekins you also have to watch because they can gain a lot of weight and get to fat to even walk.
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The Muscovy duck is a wild and domestic breed, in my experience they don't like water to much.. they prefer eating and relaxing in the grass or entertaining themselves with some treats and bugs to eat. The Muscovy duck can fly (most drakes can only fly a very short distance since they're...
Top down Exotic lilies, some plant my mom got, Spanish blue bells, CL named Punnet,
Icbar roo, CL hen who looks sleepy all the time, Sam and Sams new tires to play on, then finally Buttercups
Hello everyone, I went out to check on my chickens and noticed a dead baby chick in a stall with only silkie hens and a rooster. I have never hatched out babies before since I’m very new to chickens. But I do know my silkie hen has been sitting on a nest full of eggs. We have other hens in another area that lay plenty of large eggs so we just let the silkie keep theirs for the most part in their area.
My magpie duck has a blue and brown in his eyes is that weird? What is it
Her one wattle is longer then the other and has these lumps on them
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