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Hi Graham :) welcome to the forum :) Very exciting! In terms of where to put them, you are right they need shade and a sunny spot is also good, they would also appreciate a large bush where they can get under and feel safe. Concrete is not recommended for ducks at all, they will develop painful foot...
- Fri Jul 17, 2020 10:41 am
- Forum: Waterfowl Health
- Topic: Runner Duck only laid 2 eggs then stopped
- Replies: 2
- Views: 260
Hi aww poor babies, sounds like they have a good life with you. Could be a few reasons, they may not be as young as described, she may be laying somewhere random and the eggs being taken by crows/magpies/rats which is the most likely.
So sad :( from my experience with geese they struggle to be accepted into a new group, they are very clique! I would go for the option of getting her a buddy or finding someone else who has a single one and getting them together. I know a few people with single geese so there are lots out there I th...
aww poor goosey! He sounds tough though! I'm not sure what a vet would do and if he's gone 4 days without sepsis then he may be ok. They are so vulnerable in moult. I probably wouldnt bother with the vet unless he has issues with something that affect his welfare
Hi! Im the same I feed the pellets next to water so they can wash them down and they turn them to soup which they dabble in. It is wasteful and messy but ducks are water feeders, (and wasteful and messy) and much prefer to wash their food down with water. I tend to leave wheat under water during the...